Assassin’s Creed finally goes to Japan in a stunning engine trailer.
Assassin’s Creed lovers have longed to see the series take on feudal Japan.
The Animus is our modern Assassin’s Creed heroes, as seen in the boring sections of these games. They have explored some of the most exciting periods of human history, including the American Revolution and ancient Greece.
Japan is still not happening. It is unclear how we got to Asgard and other mystical realms from Norse mythology, but it is there.
Of course, those wanting an exciting historical adventure with none of the weird modern-day guff can play the PlayStation-exclusive Ghost Of Tsushimato to scratch that itch. We can’t help buhelpsnder how a Ubisoft-developed set of assassin’s Creeds during this period would look.
You don’t have to ask too hard because YouTuber TeaserPlay has created a stunning concept video in Unreal Engine 5, which shows how cool it would be to play assassin’s Creed in Japan.
As impressive as it may look, a JapaneseAssassin’ss Creed might not be possible. Reports earlier this year suggested that at least one assassin’s Creed game is currently being developed in Baghdad. Bloomberg and Eurogamer claim that this standalone adventure will bring the franchise back to stealth-action roots and not the next mainline entry.
Ubisoft said last month that it would be “unveiling AAssassin’sCCreed’sfuture” during a live stream event scheduled for September. Although it’s unclear what the future holds, we can assume that the next game will be revealed. Don’t let your hopes get too high for Japan.