June is a wonderful time of year. Families embark on a much needed holiday to catch some sun, children are finally done with school and can finally have some freedom, and for gamers the month of June is the best month of the year for one thing, E3.
The biggest gaming convention of the year, E3 is the place for developers to show off their latest games, consoles and hardware, and 2017 could be one of the best shows in recent years. Project Scorpio has created a hype machine never before seen by a console, and PlayStation are likely to shed more light on The Last of Us Part II, and one franchise is rumoured to be returning to the show.
Assassin’s Creed took a hiatus in 2016, with no main series game being released in what was a one game per year series, however strong rumours have indicated that the Ubisoft series will be making a comeback in this years E3.
According to WWG, Ubisoft will reveal Assassin’s Creed: Origins which will reportedly be the biggest Assassin’s Creed game in the series. Based in Ancient Egypt, the player will take control of two assassins, a man and a women, and the story will revolve around the origins of the original Assassin’s guild, a Ubisfort source told WWG.
It was widely suspected that the seventh main instalment of the Assassin’s Creed franchise will be named Assassin’s Creed: Empire, as was reported by Kotaku back in 2016. However, this is the first fresh piece of information about the latest game, meaning we could see official information from Ubisoft sooner rather than later.
Assassin’s Creed: Origins launch date is yet to be confirmed. We will keep you updated about the game as soon as more comes in on it, so stay tuned for all the latest news.