According to Liam Robertson, a regular source of information on upcoming releases, the next Assassin’s Creed will arrive in 2019 and will be set in Ancient Greece.
The news written by Robertson claims to have very credible sources on such a development. History, in fact, has been going on since 2015. At that time, there were already signs that Ancient Greece might be present in Assassin’s Creed: Origins, which was then codenamed Assassin’s Creed: Empire.
Liam Robertson, also known as Unseen64, reinforces his belief in such a rumor by publishing a 2017 photograph of Raphael Lacoste, the artistic director of the AC: Origins saga on his résumé in the Greek city of Meteora.
Obviously, Ubisoft has not yet made official the existence of this hypothetical new Assassin’s Creed. In that case, this title would be in development from the beginning of 2017 with a view to a launch in 2019 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Unseen64, as we were saying, has in the past shown how new to Bioware, Anthem, was going to be a cross between The Division and Destiny, the cancellation of the Skylanders series by Activision, or the development of Metroid Prime Switch.