Posted on October 22, 2011 AT 10:09am
THE BUZZ: According to Spanish website Juegosd, Ubisoft disclosed some details regarding the next installment of Assassin’s Creed at Gamefest 2011. The publisher apparently revealed the game will release in November 2012 and will condlude the story of lead charcter Desmond. The article has since been removed from their website, however a copy of it can be found below.
Ubisoft Spain has revealed JuegosdB-during the course of Gamefest11-not only in the next E3 2012 will see a progress in Assassin’s Creed III, but the game’s release will be in November 2012. As was the case with Assassin’s Creed II, Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood or will happen now with Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, the game Assassin’s Creed that will close the series due out in November.
Obviously the answer release date for marketing purposes but the month of November has been very successful this franchise. What is still left in the air is to know the location of the next title. From Spain the only thing that Ubisoft has said is “still can not reveal anything, but it is true that the Internet are very close to where Assassin’s Creed III will pass.” It is enlightening, but at least we know that the rumors and news are in the right direction but not embody the final place.
In addition, the Creative Director Alexandre Amancio Discuss the relationship between Revelations and the third part of the series: “Many things have begun to (…), fixed many details about the end of the storyline of the world in 2012, “said Amancio. “As we approach the date of 2012, the franchise is nearing the end of his greatest work.”
“Let’s close all the story arcs that have been open and we have left in the air, and we will reveal not only much material on the argument of the first civilization, but we will also conclude the stories of Ezio and Altair “he said. “We will explain why Ezio is such an important character for the franchise, and what is its role in everything that happens in the game besides the Altair and Desmond.” [sic all]
EGM’s TAKE: The date is in keeping with Assassin’s Creed annual release schedule, and it has been mentioned in the past that Assassin’s Creed 3 would signal the end of Desmond’s story, so their may be some truth behind what the site says.
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