No Assassin's Creed Match in 2019, Ubisoft States

No Assassin's Creed Match in 2019, Ubisoft States


Ubisoft won't launch a brand new Assassin's Creed match in 2019, chief executive Yves Guillemot has verified.


Assassin's Creed Odyssey is due out this October, less than a year following the launch of 2017's Assassin's Creed Origins. But this fast turnaround was only possible since both matches were being worked on concurrently, Guillemot said. There'll, therefore, be no new entry to the series next year--instead, Ubisoft will concentrate on upgrading Odyssey" on a regular basis" using"new possibilities for play".


"When you buy [Odyssey] this past year, you are likely to get in for a few decades, really," he stated at Gamescom. "On Assassin's, we had a match [at 2018] and we've got one this season, but we aren't likely to have a really full-scale Assassin's following calendar year. It is just because the staff were working individually, therefore we have just two games one year following the other. But next year you are not likely to really have a totally enclosed one"


It is not completely surprising: there wasn't any significant Assassin's Creed match in both 2016, involving Syndicate and Origins, and 2008, between the first and second matches. Odyssey can also be "more" than Origins, also contains likely required more funds to create.


Ubisoft published a fresh Odyssey trailer yesterday, including lots of fighting and also an appearance with a snake-haired Gorgon.

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