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Ubisoft China Surveying Players about a Chinese Setting for Assassin’s Creed

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Ubisoft China is apparently surveying fans regarding which dynasty and era of China would they like to see a future Assassin’s Creed game set in. Here’s a translated version of the article:

Florence, Paris, London, Egypt
“Assassin’s Creed” can be said to fly around the world with us

However, no Assassin climbed the Great Wall yet. At the top of the Forbidden City, cast a “leap of faith” Is also a regret for all Chinese fans. If the next Assassin’s Creed is based on China, which of the following scenarios do you like best? Note: The following story is purely imaginary ( bian )


Time: 1122 BC ~ 1044 BC
Location: Guanzhong Plain, the middle and lower reaches of the Yellow River
The final BOSS: King.

The Shang and Zhou dynasty was the most mysterious and most embarrassing period in Chinese history.
King Wen is getting the power of the “Eden Apple”
Domination of the world, implementation of tyranny
In order to save lives, the assassin dispatched
However, even with Jiang Ziya, Wu Wang Ji Fa’s help
Is it possible to break through Shen Gongbao and Yuji?
Assassinate King, get back Eden Apple?


Time: 298 BC ~ 207 BC
Location: Xianyang, Chongqing, Julu, Great Wall
Final BOSS: Qin II Hu Hai

During the Warring States period,
In the most chaotic moment, the assassin stood out
Maintaining a little order in the chaos
However, after the reunification of the Qin Dynasty
Qin Shi Huang still violent tyranny


September 10, 210 BC

Assassin help Wei Yu spear death Qin Shi Huang
However, Zhao Hai and successor Qin II Hu Hai still oppressed people
Assassin had to dispatch again …


Time: AD 550 ~ AD 620
Location: Chang’an, Luoyang, Taiyuan
Final BOSS: Li Jiancheng

Qin Qiong, Cheng Jin, Luo Cheng, Li Yuan Pa
There are countless heroes in the Sui and Tang dynasties
Helping Emperor Taizong Li Shimin to fight the world
Another mysterious assassin never made appearance


Time: 1590 AD to 1627 AD
Location: Ying Tian Fu, Shun Tian Fu
The final BOSS: Wei Zhongxian

In the assassin Shaojun get rid of “eight tiger” after
Seemingly peaceful Ming dynasty
In fact, people still panic
East plant, West plant, Kam Yi Wei
Separatist forces
Among them, “Nine Thousand Years Old” Wei Zhongxian controls the world
And he is actually the same as the “eight tigers.”
It is also a member of the Knights Templar
Although Shaojun already retreated behind the scenes
But she is still the world
So, she rebuilt from the fraternity of China
Selected the boy
And started a period of soul-stirring
Fight against Wei Zhongxian


It’s good, moderate YY is good for your physical and mental health
Then the above four kinds of Chinese style to open the way


What is your favorite partner?
You have more wonderful ideas

Quickly leave a message to tell us
More than anyone else’s brain hole
Whose story is more exciting


Although there is not yet a “Assassin’s Creed” with China as the background
You may wish to come around with an Assassin’s Creed.

Please note that this article was translated from a Chinese version using Google Translate, rather than professional translation, so sentences might feel grammatically incorrect or out-of-context. For the original article, click here.

On the other hand, user “ZhugeEx”, a known source who has often been right about his commentary regarding leaks and rumors, posted this in a forum regarding this article:

“Unfortunately AC Dynasty has nothing to do with China. As much as i’d love an AC game set there.

(Also wtf, no Three Kingdoms period?)”

You can see the original message, here.

Ubisoft China did indeed state (as you can see above) that this is a purely imaginary scenario, and this isn’t the first time the Assassin’s Creed franchise would explore China, as Assassin’s Creed: Chronicles – China already did that (a side scroller game) and it did feature a leap of faith off the Great Wall, and if Ubisoft is indeed considering this setting for a future game, then the fact that they’re surveying fans now shows that it’s likely a future Assassin’s Creed rather than the next one, since it seems way too early in development to be ready in the foreseeable future.

Stay tuned for more updates!

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