Next Assassin’s Creed Unveiled – First Screenshots & Details, Developed By Ubisoft Quebec

Kotaku has just unveiled the first details and screenshots for next year’s Assassin’s Creed title, codenamed Victory. Assassin’s Creed: Victory is being developed by Ubisoft Quebec, will come to current-gen platforms only (PC, Xbox One and PS4), will be powered by AnvilNext, and will take place in London.

Kotaku has also shared its first impressions on this new Assassin’s Creed game, based on a seven-minute “target gameplay footage” video leaked to it.

This video showcased an assassination that may – or may not – be featured in the actual game (do note that it was a target gameplay video), and the following screenshots were captured from that demo. We strongly suggest visiting Kotaku for more details about the demo itself.

Assassin’s Creed: Victory is expected to hit platforms in Fall 2015.

Ubisoft issued a statement to several outlets, stating that it is currently working hard on fixing Unity. The French company also admitted that this new Assassin’s Creed game is developed by its Quebec studio, meaning that the details mentioned above are as legit as they can get.

Here is Ubisoft’s statement.

“It is always unfortunate when internal assets, not intended for public consumption, are leaked. And, while we certainly welcome anticipation for all of our upcoming titles, we’re disappointed for our fans, and our development team, that this conceptual asset is now public. The team in our Quebec studio has been hard at work on the particular game in question for the past few years, and we’re excited to officially unveil what the studio has been working on at a later date. In the meantime, our number one priority is enhancing the experience of Assassin’s Creed Unity for players.”



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