Assassin’s Creed Origins Set To Launch At E3 2017

Posted: May 8 2017, 8:33am CDT | by , in News | E3

 
Assassin’s Creed Origins Set to Launch at E3 2017
  • Next Assassin's Creed Is Named Origins

The new Assassin’s Creed franchise titled Origins is set to release at E3 2017

With E3 approaching fast, multiple tech companies and game developers have already announced the days for their conferences and showcases. What remains to be seen is what the developers will be revealing during these showcases and conferences.

For the French game developer, Ubisoft; the E3 is the perfect occasion to launch the next game in the Assassin’s Creed franchise. Multiple sites have been getting information from anonymous Ubisoft sources that the new game titled Assassin’s Creed origins will see it’s opening at the E3.

Reportedly, Assassin’s Creed Origins will feature the story of the original Assassins and their first days. The game will be set in Ancient Egypt. The game will feature a man and a woman.

The sources say that the game has been in development for quite a while now, maybe years. The designers of the game have been concentrating on removing the previous glitches from the game.

From a story point of view, the game is going to emphasize on exploration. Sources say that the plot is not linear. It will feature a character development through the course of the game.

They compared it to Bethesda’s Skyrim. They also noted that the game will allow the players to be free of the story premises of the previous installments.

It was learned from another source that the game will allow the players to travel across Egypt. The game will feature boats and naval combat which will allow players to travel across the Mediterranean to as far as Greece.

The game will also feature an Asian country, WWII era France and a modern Abstergo facility. Gamers who are addicted to this game should rejoice as the game is due to return after a whole year’s hiatus.

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