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The next stop of the Assassins: The Age of the Vikings?

New Teaser Notebook May indicate the historical time period that will be experienced in the next game in the Assassin's Creed series, somewhere next year

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2019 represents a rare change in the company's conduct (Ubisoft) with one of its super-brands, in full respite from the launch of Assassin's Creed games after last year's massive Odyssey - but we already know that 2020 should give us another ambitious new chapter in the brand, and even get a hint of the possible direction that is at stake.

Reporting Of the Kotaku site for the next installment in the series entitled Kingdom and dealing with the era when the Vikings ruled a level in Northern Europe received significant reinforcement in another popular Ubisoft game - The Division 2, which added an allegedly innocent photo with the caption Valhalla, with a closer look revealing a fighter From the Middle Ages (with an authentic hornless helmet or similar needless decoration) holding the of Eden, which will be well known to all lovers of the series of games of historic assassination.

An inner joke that does not necessarily prove anything or a deliberate viral allusion? We may only discover next year

It is probably early to make official announcements at this point, but at this point it seems more likely that a new Assassin's Creed will take us to a new era and region that we have not yet experienced - and not to ancient Rome that formed the basis for a number of other rumors that have surfaced online recently. What innovations do you expect to meet in Kingdom after about two years of rest and preparation? Let's tell in the comments.

Already dived into the world of Vikings as part of the For Honor game - but it's likely that playing in the Assassin's Creed series could provide a much more massive and intriguing world in the same historical and geographical location


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