After the soft reboot of the series, Ubisoft has been on a roll. Origins and Odyssey have been hugely successful. This, however, puts more pressure on later titles in the franchise in order for them to be better than the previous one. Based on a new leak on Reddit, looks like we are in for one of the biggest ever Assassin’s Creed game, which could be able to dwarf even AC Odyssey.

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The franchise is heading to yet another unique settings

According to the report, the next Assassin’s Creed game would take place during the Viking Era and is likely to be released during September 2020. The main character would be Jora, who can be either male or female. Players will be leading a group consists of four members, which can be filled in by real people through a drop-in/out online coop. This would be the first time Coop elements are brought back since the bad reception in AC Unity. As the game is a cross-gen title, players from various systems would be able to play together, which leads to a stable player base.

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The map size would be one of the most important detail, as it would be big enough to cover entire Northern Europe. You would be exploring the game world for a long time to get new quests and gears to equip. Furthermore, about gameplay, you would be able to tackle dynamic real-time large scale wars. And because of that, the combat system is heavily overhauled. The assassination mechanics stay the same, however.

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Odyssey was a great adventure as well

Based on the leak, Sony would get a trailer for this game ready to accompany its next-gen flagship, PlayStation 5, on reveal. However, the game could be revealed even earlier, like in Ubisoft’s E3 showcase - they are going to reveal Beyond Good and Evil 2 and Watch Dogs Legions this year.

As Ubisoft hasn’t revealed anything officially yet, you should take this with a grain of salt. We would be reporting more about this game in the future. Interested in more of our video games related posts? Please check out this article for the longest open-world RPGs to date.