It is good news for the Assassin’s Creed players as Ubisoft recently confirmed the news that the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey will be the next addition to the game franchise.
It was after the leak of the game’s name and the logo that Ubisoft claimed to release the game. It’s surprising how an online leak can provide us with such great news, right?
The Twitter account of Assassin’s Creed recently posted a video on the evening of Thursday which further confirmed the name of the game and also that it will appear at the E3 press conference in 2018.
Online Leak Of Assassin’s Creed Game By JeuxVideo
It was after the French site for video game Jeux-Video posted a certain image of this keychain that promoted the announced title to the game, the leak started a buzz all over the world.
The French game site even confirmed that this particular addition will follow the recently released Origins game of Assassin’s Creed. It was also claimed by the site that the game is all set to be in the ancient Greece period of time. The photo had a keychain with a helmet which is of resemblance to King Leonida I.
Twitter and social media sites cannot stop talking about the game as the Assassin’s Creed Origins was released just last year and so soon they have yet another treat.
You can see in the teaser a character that is being forcefully kicked off a certain cliff by another one. This is followed by the name of the game in the title card. We can also see a teasing statement “See you at E3” in there as well. This is in reference to the E3 press conference that is to be held pretty soon.
We are surely very much excited to know more about the game and it will be revealed in the conference. We hope that the game is as good as the last edition.
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