While some fans are okay with this aspect of Assassin’s Creed, others don’t like the vast setting. However, the latter will have to see it coming, once again, as the next extensive installment in the series is expected to be even bigger than 2020’s Valhalla.
It’s no surprise to see the ongoing popularity of the last release, Valhalla, despite its extensive open-world story. Speaking more specifically, then a larger setting has been the USP of many AC titles since the last few years.
And Valhalla‘s record-breaking sales are proof that fans do love big AAA games no matter what because the gameplay quality is the sole reason that keeps them hooked more than anything else.
Keeping this in mind, Ubisoft is likely to make the next Assassin’s Creed installment even bigger.
As per the recent leak from industry insider Jason Schreier, the publisher plans to make the following entry even bigger than Valhalla.
Moreover, he also heard that it would morph Ubisoft Sofia’s AC game into a Valhalla DLC. It will be the third downloadable content for the current title.
However, Schreier mentioned that the yet-to-be-announced entry in the Assassin’s Creed series is still far from its release, which means that it will arrive after an extended period, if not very long.
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While there is a growing curiosity for the new Assassin’s Creed, many gaming enthusiasts are currently looking forward to big releases this year.
Horizon Forbidden West, Far Cry 6, GhostWire: Tokyo, Psychonauts 2, and Kena: Bridge of Spirits are also on the list.
However, the line-up extends even further with Deathloop, New World, Little Devil Inside, and Humankind.
Cyber Shadow, Shadow Warrior 3, Back 4 Blood, No More Heroes 3, and Scarlet Nexus are other crucial launches.
Several recently announced projects making their way soon are Glitchpunk, The Day Before, and Etched Memories. The latter will be featuring a Cat as the main protagonist, named Biscuit.
Coming back to Assassin’s Creed, then its present entry, Valhalla, is available for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.
What do you think about all the major games arriving later in this calendar? Are you excited and hyped for them already?
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