Rumor has been twirling since toward the beginning of today that a new Assassin’s Creed game will be set in the Aztec realm yet regardless of the source having a to some degree solid foundation, it seems as though the talk is bogus. Games commentator Jeremy Penter a.k.a. ACG distributed a tweet that essentially guaranteed that the following Assassin’s Creed game “will be Aztecs.” No specific situation or additional data was given however taking into account Penter clearly has a fair history with regards to Ubisoft games, individuals beginning reasoning he may be correct. Not exactly, as per the undisputed ruler of insider data, Jason Schreier.
New Assassin’s Creed game will supposedly highlight Valhalla’s Basim
Next AC game will be Aztecs.
— ACG (@JeremyPenter) July 13, 2022
In reaction to Penter’s tweet above, Schreier directed ResetEra clients toward his Bloomberg report in which he guaranteed that the following Assassin’s Creed game, codenamed Rift, will be a little independent title include Assassin’s Creed Valhalla character Basim Ibn Ishaq. Clearly, Rift got going as a Valhalla development yet turned into an independent undertaking as a makeshift title because of Ubisoft’s slender delivery schedule.
“Would be some wacky time travel shenanigans if Basim went to the Aztec Empire,” Schreier wrote. “I’ve also heard about the two main games in development as part of AC Infinity, and neither of them are Aztec. Maybe there’s some super secret spinoff in production somewhere, but I haven’t heard of it!” For the unenlightened Assassin’s Creed Infinity, which Ubisoft has formally affirmed without giving any subtleties, is supposed to be a live help insight with a web-based stage that develops over time.
Assassin’s Creed is inclined to spills yet we’ll take this Aztec thing with an enormous grain of salt, then.