Ubisoft would have set aside an Assassin’s Creed never announced, for a doubtful leak

There has been a lot of movement around the series lately Assassin’s Creed: according to the latest rumors, in fact, there would be two chapters of Assassin’s Creed in the works in addition to Infinity. But according to a rather dubious rumor there would be a further project linked to the franchise, however already set aside by Ubisoft.

On Reddit the user BenevolentHearts reported information on an elusive Assassin’s Creed Titans, explaining that he received them from an alleged Ubisoft technical artist working on the game. The source would have revealed that the works on Titans would have been paused indefinitely and the whole team would have been moved to Assassin’s Creed Infinity, a top priority for the French company.

Among the details shared by BenevolentHearts we speak of one 40% complete development at the moment in which it was interrupted, with the players who could have created their own protagonist via the editor who would then find himself trapped in theAnimus in the role of an Assassin together with other users, with the aim of finding an escape route. Assassin’s Creed Titans would later reuse some creatures seen in Immortals Fenyx Risingsuch as the Cerberus, the Hydra and the Minotaur, as well as adding new ones, such as the Jotunn and the Kraken which, however, would never actually have been realized.

Finally, the alleged Titans would have reconnected to Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and Assassin’s Creed Valhallawith extras by Kassandra and of Eivor in male version (a fact that is perplexing considering that the female version of Eivor is the one generally considered canonical by Ubisoft).

As there are no other concrete sources on the existence and subsequent stop of Assassin’s Creed Titans outside of Reddit, all the more reason is essential to take with pliers these dubious details, also in light of the incessant rumors about the future of the franchise: we remember for example that the launch window of Assassin’s Creed Rift would have been moved, according to what the journalist learned Jason Schreier.

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