An off-screen image of an upcoming "Assassin's Creed" game has leaked online, with reports claiming that the new entry into the franchise will be called "Assassin's Creed: Origins." The off-screen image of "Assassin's Creed: Origins" was posted on Reddit by a user with the handle "shoutouttoashraf." The username is speculated to be referring to Ashraf Ismail, a Ubisoft employee that also worked on "Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag" and is also known to be working on the still-unannounced game, according to Eurogamer. A source has also confirmed to the gaming news site that the leaked image is legitimate. The leaked photo shows a player character on a wooden sailboat.
Ubisoft's upcoming new Assassin's Creed game has leaked once again ahead of its official reveal at E3 2017. A preorder card for Assassin's Creed: Origins has surfaced online, confirming the game's Egyptian setting and bonus content. The leaked preorder card for Assassin's Creed: Origins was first shared online on the NeoGAF forums. The card appears to be from retailer Target and confirms the game will have a steelbook gold edition. This version of the game appears to include the deluxe pack and season pass.
It's been discovered recently that game developer Ubisoft filed a trademark application to re-register a license for the Splinter Cell series. This has led to speculation Ubisoft might announce a new Splinter Cell game next week at E3 2017. The trademark filing for what appears to be a new Splinter Cell game was spotted on the trademark listing website Justia. The filing was found under the entertainment section and was submitted on May 15. There's currently no information as to what this new entry to the franchise will be called, as the trademark filing only mentions Splinter Cell.
For Xbox Live Gold subscribers, June's free roster of games is anchored around a mix of major flagship franchise titles and indie options. Microsoft confirmed that June's Xbox Live Games With Gold program will be headlined with Watch Dogs, Dragon Age: Origins and Assassin's Creed III . Subscribers to Xbox Live Gold can get free games through Microsoft with the Games With Gold program every month. Originally released in 2014, Watch Dogs comes from developer Ubisoft. The open-world third-person shooter puts you into the role of hacker Aiden Pearce.
In an earnings call with investors Tuesday, Ubisoft confirmed sequels in the Far Cry, The Crew and Assassin's Creed series, along with the long-delayed South Park: The Fractured But Whole will be coming out later this fiscal year. The Assassins will soon step out of the shadows... pic.twitter.com/nUrM4A57J0 Are you ready for a hefty dose of new Far Cry adventures? Beyond the road… Stay with us for more high octane thrills! Through various leaks and rumors, some details are available on what the games will feature.