Already Assassins Creed from Ubisoft has taught us about the historical background of the Knights Templars and the Assassins through the Animus device. So considering that the Knights Templar were supposed to have escaped France in the fourteenth century and possibly across the Atlantic to the new world. If this is the destination of the next instalment of the game, it will truly be the best so far.
According to the rumours that are coming out;
The exciting switch to the 18th century conflict will mark the series’ ‘biggest instalment yet‘, according to Ubisoft, and our insider indicates the game will be publicly showcased before the end of the company’s fiscal year on March 31.
The American setting was first hinted in Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood’s ‘Da Vinci Disappearance’ DLC, which drip-fed players a set of coordinates leading to New York state, USA.
Another hint featured in the ending of latest series entry, Revelations, when a futuristic globe hovered over the US (pictured).
Perhaps the biggest indication though came late last year, when a Ubisoft survey asked fans where they’d like to see Assassin’s Creed go next. The options included, “The confrontation between British colonists and native Americans during The American Revolution.”
So, could we be going across the Atlantic to America in the next installent of Assassins Creed, or is this a diversion from the real destination?
Source [Platform Nation]