Assassin's Creed 2020 will reportedly involve Vikings

Next Assassin's Creed Game Could Be About Vikings

Next Assassin's Creed Game Could Be About Vikings

We don't know what game will be taking its place on the publisher's calendar just yet, but it could very well end up being Watch Dogs 3. But given the Kotaku report and this Division 2 teaser, it looks like Assassin's Creed fans should probably start getting themselves measured up for a pair of furry boots and a massive doubled-headed axe. More specifically, coordinates shown in the new ending point towards Brixton.

As always, reports of this nature do not amount to much without direct confirmation from Ubisoft or its developers.

It will be interesting to see the open-world London setting in Watch Dogs 3. However, a street-smart high-tech hacker will surely be able to get access to some guns, as well as the fast cars that also feature heavily in previous episodes.

Next Assassin's Creed Game Could Be About Vikings

April has been shaping up to be incredibly eventful for gaming news and so far, things aren't slowing down.

Eagle-eyed players have noticed, however, that the viking appears to be grasping The Apple of Eden, the main plot device - or "Macguffin", as film wankers say - of the Assassin's Creed series. In the game, as you're exploring the ruins of post-apocalypse Washington D.C., you can come across a poster of a Viking holding a mysterious orb.

In an article regarding the potential Vikings tease for a new Assassin's Creed, Schreier noted that Ubisoft is no stranger to teasing new projects with Easter eggs.

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