The Ubisoft E3 2018 conference has just concluded and even though it started a bit slow and steady, it climaxed in just the right times for just the right announcements. We'll keep you updated. Heavy emphasis was placed on the fact that Ubisoft wants this to be an epic RPG experience, and the new features are meant to make this Assassin's Creed more RPG-y than ever before.
And the company announced that it is working on its first all-new game in 25 years, says Ars Technica. An actual gameplay trailer with finished graphics would undoubtedly be a highlight. The new game comes on the heels of last year's Assassin's Creed Origins, which was set in Ancient Egypt. We're not getting our hopes up, but be on the lookout just in case.
Splinter Cell could certainly fit into a 2018 release date slot, so fingers crossed we'll see more at E3 2018.
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Is this the real Assassin's Creed Odyssey story synopsis? Fancy CGI can only drum up so much anticipation; sometimes it's wise to allow the game itself to do the talking for you, and Ubisoft clearly knows that - who could forget that legendary Watch Dogs demo? "We don't have anything specific to share at the moment but teams are working on different things, so stay tuned for more".