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video game rumor no new assassins creed until 2017
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There's been at least one new entry in the Assassin's Creed series every year since 2009 (or 2007, if you want to count some of the portables most would rather forget), but 2016 might finally be the year we get a break.

Take this with as many grains of salt as you see fit, but a rumor originating on 4chan suggests the next Assassin's Creed game will be set in Egypt, and it won't be released until 2017. Why? According to the supposed insider who leaked the news, "It will be a complete revamp of the series. The game is going for a Witcher feel, with player progression, freeform combat system. Horse is back, and boats too. It's made by the Black Flag team." It will supposedly take place before the Assassins and Templars existed, serving as a prequel to all other Assassin's Creed games.

Meanwhile, Kotaku claims to have heard the same from as many as three other sources last year. We'll have to wait for E3 to see if it turns out to be true. Let's not forget there's an Assassin's Creed movie coming out this year, so it's either very strategic or very strange to not have a game come out this year.

Ubisoft, for their part, has issued this blanket statement on the rumor:

We can’t comment on rumor or speculation. We’re always happy when players are excited about our games, past, present and future. In the meantime, we hope that the latest images from the Assassin’s Creed movie set will keep fans of the franchise happy and eager to find out more!

Very informative, Ubisoft.

Via: Collider
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Again with the buggy graphics rendering issue, really?

Okay, not really. Check out the actual picture below. Michael Fassbender's set to play both Lynch and Aguilar in the up and coming Assassin's Creed movie. He's pictured alongside his co-star Ariane Labed. We're all crossing our fingers and wishing upon falling stars that this doesn't end up the next 'Prince of Persia' catastrophe.

Fassbender who's also producing this film, employed his Macbeth filmmaker Kurzel, to take charge on the video game adaptation. This move adds great depth to the behind-the-scenes team. Even better, Kurzel brought along Adam Arkapow, who served as the DP on Macbeth and the first season of a little show called True Detective. It's no great mystery that we've a lot to be excited about here. The film features a knockout supporting cast, which includes Marion Cotillard, Jeremy Irons, Brendan Gleeson, and Michael K. Williams; it's slated to premiere December 21st, 2016.

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