The new Assassin’s Creed may set in the era of the Crusade, according to sources that previously made important predictions about Valhalla.
New Assassin’s Creed Crusade New rumors began to emerge that it might pass during the period. If you remember, the first game of the series, Assassin’s Creed, takes place in a similar period and we witnessed some moments of the Crusades towards the end of the game. We can even say that the game that took place in 1191 exactly coincided with the end of the 3rd Crusade. Because we know that the 3rd Crusade, in which Selahattin Ayyubi protected Jerusalem from these raids, was held between 1187 and 1192. In the first game, as Altair, we saw one leg of this time, but we did not take part in it as a story.
New Assassin’s Creed could lead to the Crusade era
The source of these rumors is the French Youtuber J0nathan. The biggest factor that makes him important about this news and gossip is the content he has done about Assassin’s Creed Valhalla before. Before the game was announced, J0nathan first shared information about the game in a similar way and provided a lot of accurate information about Valhalla. It included similar content this time for the new Assassin’s Creed game.
According to this rumor, the New Assassin’s Creed will take place during the 3rd Crusade. It is stated that we will go right after the first Assassin’s Creed game in terms of story and date. It is stated that the new game, which will start exactly at the time of the first game, in 1191, will present us the events that took place until 1199 and will address the period of Richard the Lionheart (1st Richard).
Will there be Altair in the new Assassin’s Creed?
It is also among the information that the game will take place in more than one region and that these regions may include Acre (Israel), Corfu (Greece), Dubrovnik (Croatia), Vienna (Austria), Cologne (Germany) and Paris (France). We think that we will probably visit these regions for a short time. It is said that outside of these regions, players can direct a character named Edmund. Considering the dates, we can also say that we have a high chance to see Altair in the game.
Finally, the year 2022 was marked as the release date of the game. It is also stated that Ubisoft will not include a game this year due to the Covid-19 effect and being the first Assassin’s Creed to focus on the new generation. Of course, let’s repeat that all this information is an estimate as we mentioned at the beginning.