Assassin's Creed Odyssey turned out to be a successful experiment for Ubisoft, as evidenced by 87 points on Metacritic. Therefore, no one was surprised when it became known in the recent leaked information about the next game that there are even more RPG elements. The official release, like the name of the game, has not yet been released. However, according to the leaks, the title of the next title in the series is Assassin's Creed Ragnarok, and the action itself will unfold in the Scandinavian setting of the Vikings. We decided to guess what we know about Assassin's Creed Ragnarok, focusing on leaks, IGN material, and our own guesses.
Assassin's Creed Ragnarok First Information and Setting
The first hints of the Scandinavian setting appeared on the network early last year, when a reference to Assassin's Creed was found in The Division 2. In one of the locations, you can find a poster with a Viking holding in his hand an object very reminiscent of the apple of Eden, one of the main precursor artifacts in the Assassin's Creed series, with which the events of the first five games of the series were closely associated.
At the top of the poster was the inscription "Valhalla", referring to the ancient religion of the Vikings. After finding the Easter egg, Kotaku revealed that two of their trusted sources had confirmed the information. Therefore, at the moment we can say that we are confident in the Scandinavian setting.
Previously, it was assumed that the name of the project AC Kingdom, however, this changed after Gamestop posted on Amazon the page of the game with the subtitle Ragnarok.
But soon it was reported that Ragnorok would not be a subheading and that the Amazon page was a fake. In any case, since Kotaku confirmed the Scandinavian setting, further in the material we will conditionally call the project Ragnarok. Let's consider this as a working title.
AC Ragnarok plot
According to the information we have, the action will begin in 845 AD, during the Vikings besieging Paris.
For those times, the raids of the Vikings are just characteristic. According to the information mentioned, the main part of the game will take place in 863 AD. with a character named Jorah. You can play as both a man and a woman.
Gameplay features of the game
According to unconfirmed information leaks, there are many new things to come. You can read the full list of gameplay updates [unconfirmed to be precise] in gameplay here. Here are the favorites:
It is worth repeating, Ubisoft has not confirmed any of this information and should not wait for all of the above. While many past Assassin's Creed Odyssey leaks have been confirmed, that doesn't mean it'll be the same in this case.
What platforms will the game be released on?
From the leaks, we can assume that the game will obviously be released on PC, PS4, XOne. The PS5 and Xbox X Series versions are also worth waiting for, but no one talked about it. Even in Odyssey, the same PS4 did not draw out all the power of the game's graphics, and massive battles looked ridiculous in general. It is logical to assume that to move forward, there will definitely be versions for the next generation consoles, and their appearance is a hundred times better.
Assassin's Creed Ragnarok Release
Ubisoft has not made any official confirmation that a game like AC Ragnarok exists at all, much less a release date. Here we can only speculate in terms of our knowledge. Experience shows that the game will be released between October and early December in what we call the most juicy season for AAA games.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey released on October 5, 2018, and its predecessor, Assassin's Creed Origins, released on October 27, 2017. Ubisoft likes to release games well ahead of the traditional November stream of projects [usually dominated by series like Call of Duty and Battlefield]. So don't be surprised if we see the announcement somewhere around E3 2020 and then the game itself in October.
In light of recent events, as it is called the "great period of transfer", when many large projects were postponed from the original dates to the beginning of autumn, this scenario is very likely, because even with all the desire, Ubisoft is unlikely to compete with Cyberpunk 2077 in September and with Final Fantasy VII Remake.
If at least a few facts turn out to be true, then we can talk about the development of the franchise and a complete bias in RPGs. Although who knows, this is Ubisoft and you can expect meanness from them.
The Topic of Article: Guessing About Assassin's Creed Ragnarok: Release Date, Plot, Setting.