Assassin’s Creed 2 is hailed as a franchise classic, which is why the way it connects with Origins, Odyssey, and more is surprising.
Ubisoft, at least follow Assassin̵7;s Creed Franchisees have been concerned, never dodging the teasing. Many people remember the beginning of Assassin’s Creed 3 seems to be teasing the Egyptian-Greek-Japanese trio, while Assassin’s Creed 4 There is a database of possible locations like Summer Love. Then, somewhat surprisingly some of the most blatant teasing for future games took place in Assassin’s theory 2 but disappeared for a long time.
Actually, it seems Assassin’s theory 2 beat Assassin’s Creed 3 with punch, direct teasing The Origin of Assassin’s Creed and Odyssey years before its release. It’s not hard to think that Ubisoft has a long-term plan for these games, while still implementing it sometimes. After all, if Assassin’s Creed 3 was right, AC Japan will release this year, no Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Either way, these teases are something fans of the franchise may want to watch out for.
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Assassin’s Creed 2 Teases Origins and Odyssey
Those who have played through Assassin’s theory 2 may recall taking some Assassin’s seals to unlock and then equipping Altair’s armor to Ezio. These seals have been ranked for a specific Assassin, but at the time, many people may have ignored this. Ubisoft’s branding is still a sapling, and these statues may only be considered world-building efforts in its early days. However, these statues have taken on a new importance compared to recent releases.
Specifically, there are two statues belonging to two assassins, Darius and Amunet. This means the heroine’s The Origin of Assassin’s Creed, Aya, who will eventually become Amunet, exists during the re-entry Assassin’s theory 2. She is listed as having assassinated Cleopatra in AC2, While in SourceShe is simply assisting with her suicide. Considering changes in history over the years, this is not a surprising “scrutiny” or change. Darius, on the other hand, might have suggested a Persian game at the time, but he was the main character in Assassin’s Creed OdysseyLegacy of the First Blade.
Characters important to both games, in one form or another, have appeared as statues here; however, that means players should look to other Assassins for potential teases.
Other Assassin’s Creed 2 teasing locations
Together with Darius and Amunet in Assassin’s theory 2The player has found statues for Iltani, Wei Yu, Qulan Gal and Leonius. Iltani is an Assassin who attempted to poison Alexander the Great, leading to his final death. However, because these events took place in 323 BC, Iltani was not a real killer. Instead, she is a member of a “secret order” that eventually becomes the Babylonian Brothers Society, meaning her followers may eventually sync up with the Hidden Ones before becoming into the right Assassins. Either way, a game like Iltani could take players back to the BC era, or she might just be a failed tease.
Wei Yu was not a nominal assassin, but he was responsible for assassinating China’s first emperor, Qin Shihuang, with a spear. Because of this, the brotherhood eventually honored him as one of their own, so even if the player did not explore 200 BC China, this could be considered a venue. China is teased (which can be easily extended on Wei Yu’s lore). What makes this even more interesting is Ubisoft’s reputation for the leak. Fans already know about Assassin’s Creed went to the Viking Era months before it was revealed, and it seems to be a Chinese Assassin’s Creed The game may have leaked recently as well. If water was finally held up, it would be three games Assassin’s theory 2 has teased so far.
Qulan Gal was a member of the Mongol Brothers, who along with Altair’s son Darim assassinated Genghis Khan. It’s not clear what this might tease, if any, as Gal’s story is largely told. However, a ignorant Assassin would at least have a distance AC franchise from Ghost of Tsushima.
Leonius was an active Stealth in Rome in the first century. It seems surprising that this position has a lot of potential. Not only Assassin’s Creed The return to Rome has been previously raised by fans and rumors, but it would be a good way to showcase more of the history of the Anonymous, built from The Origin of Assassin’s Creed, and see another part of history. Leonius is responsible for the assassination of Caligula, so whether Leonius is a playable character or just an ally of Assassin, there are legends to build from here.
The locations of Assassin’s Creed were teased
Notably, this won’t be the only set that fans get from Ubisoft, as noted above. In each installment, there’s also a sensible Red Herrings for fans to guess what might happen next. For example, Assassin’s Creed discovering The Summer of Love is unlikely to happen, while Qulan Gal and Iltani seem unlikely to be compared to Wei Yu and Leonius considered to be the teasers. One could even make that argument Assassin’s Creed Rogue provocative Assassin’s Creed ValhallaSo, the franchise is certainly no stranger to teasing fans. Regardless, this is a list of potential sites that were introduced directly, but never appeared immediately after, or in the universe.
- Babylon (AC2)
- China (AC2)
- Mongolian Empire (AC2)
- First century Rome (AC2)
- Japan (AC3) / Ashikaga Shogunate (AC4)
- The summer of love (AC4)
- Midwest (AC4)
From Assassin’s Creed 4It seems that Ubisoft has become more nuanced at hiding teased locations or has dodged it in recent games. After all, Japan is one of the locations with the highest demand, and Ubi knows it too. That’s not to mention the many factors that could have come to this decision, but regardless, it’s clear that there are plenty of locations where the franchise could go in the future. If it was over, it wouldn’t be for lack of raw materials.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla released November 17 for PC, PS4, Stadia and Xbox One, with the next PS5 and Xbox Series X versions.
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