This year, Ubisoft returns to form with its biggest franchise. After taking a year off in between Assassin's Creed: Syndicate and Assassin's Creed: Origins, it now appears that we're likely back to yearly releases for the time being. This year's outing is Assassin's Creed: Odyssey, an Ancient Greek adventure revealed by a keychain and confirmed shortly thereafter. Now, we've got a bunch of new screenshots that have leaked before tomorrow's press conference, and they're pretty: this game looks a whole lot like Origins, but there's absolutely nothing wrong with that. There's one thing that interests me, however, and that's that the screenshots indicate the Assassins--and by extension, their eponymous creed-- might not be anywhere to be found in this game.
Ubisoft Montreal and Square Enix will be collaborating to bring special content for players of "Assassin's Creed" and "Final Fantasy XV." Their partnership was announced at Gamescom this week, and a couple of details about the DLC they will be releasing together have been disclosed as well. The union between the developing teams behind "Assassin's Creed" and "Final Fantasy XV" is going to bear fruits that many fans of both action games have been craving for. The developers have prepared a free DLC and special items that are bound to arrive at the end of this month, UbiBlog Communications Senior Manager Giancarlo Varanini indicated in a blog post. Come Aug. 30, "Final Fantasy XV" players will receive the first installment of free content as part of the collaboration. However, this will only be available to those who have successfully obtained the Dream Egg from the Moogle Chocobo Carnival event.
If you're liking the look of that upcoming Castlevania series on Netflix, there's good news: the same producer is now set to tackle Assassin's Creed. SEE ALSO: That'Castlevania' series from Netflix looks LEGIT I'm happy to let you guys know that I've selected my next project! I played the first edition of Assassin's Creed the year I moved to Los Angeles to pursue my dream. At that moment I knew absolutely no one in the industry and could never have imagined that one day Ubisoft would ask me to take the world of Assassin's Creed and create an original story set in it as an anime series. If anyone tells you not to follow your passion in life they are wrong.