Following the upcoming launch of the giant Odyssey, Assassin's Creed will embark on a formal break to ensure continued innovation and improvement in the future
French distributor UviSoft Not always able to give players exactly what they want and what she herself promised well in advance, but she certainly tries - and the significant improvement in last year's Assassin's Creed series with Origins after a few years of shuffling and disappointment is one of the best examples of that.
Origins launched after a brief chill period in 2016 which included only a few discounted and marginalized Assassin's Creed, with no major episode launch, after half a decade when we received a new episode (and sometimes even two) each year around October-November - a break that allowed developers to update and improve A lot of the features and also gave the fans a little time to miss.
The result was good for all sides and Origins has become a big hit and a quality base for the new Odyssey, which may contain for the first time even prominent mythological elements which are almost impossible to ignore when dealing with ancient Greece.
The game that is set to hit stores in early October, for now, seems to be the sure-fire for success for critics and gamers, and as stated in its spread, they have learned from past mistakes and announced a break for next year - before we reach the sense of disgust that began to characterize the brand in the eyes of many in 2014 and 2015 for years. And Syndicate.
Ubisoft did not guarantee that there would be no new Assassin's Creed launches in 2019, so it is possible that we will get mobile titles, mobile titles or even some major Odyssey expansion packs in the year ahead - but this will not be a major new game for us. Full of leading consoles and personal computers. This is something that will probably only come in 2020, and who knows - maybe it's also a hint that we're expecting a significant technological leap. Someone said Assassin's Creed first for the next console generation from home Microsoft Office And Sonny? It sounds quite reasonable.