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  • Crazybone992
    Original poster 95 posts

    So a few months ago a reliable source leaked that Ubisoft Sofia was developing a shorter spinoff game like Freedom Cry set during the third crusade, codenamed "Assassin's Creed: Knighthood" or alternatively "Project King Richard" and was scheduled for release next year. The game was said to have semi-linear hub levels in the style of Tomb Raider and Deus Ex instead of being fully open world. It was also reported that it would have featured Jerusalem, Constantinople, Venice and Cyprus. Plus Altaïr and his wife Maria Thorpe would have appeared as side characters in this game. But unfortunately the project was scrapped due to issues caused by the covid pandemic. It was then reported that it will instead be reworked into more dlc's for Assassin's Creed: Valhalla.

    So what do you think? Will we see a dlc set during the crusades next year, or has Ubisoft just abandoned the entire thing alltogether? Personally I would love to see some content set during the crusades, especially if we get to see Altaïr again. Would be even better if his younger son Sef (Desmond's next ancestor) appeared, as his face has never been shown in the games, unlike Darim.

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  • TheNorfolkian
    1590 posts

    @crazybone992 It would certainly make sense for Ubisoft to come full circle by returning to Altaïr somehow. I for one would enjoy seeing a remastered version of the original AC that incorporated a lot of the improvements that had been made to the series. However, the idea of a more expansive game that involved the Third Crusade would be pretty cool.

  • Crazybone992
    Original poster 95 posts

    @thenorfolkian I'm hoping that they will incorporate it into Valhalla somehow. The premise of the leaked crusades game sounded great and it would be a wasted opportunity not to use it.

  • bielik01
    1795 posts

    @crazybone992 you know it's like two ages too soon for it to happen in Valhalla?

  • Crazybone992
    Original poster 95 posts

    @bielik01 So? That doesn't mean anything at all. A dlc doesn't need to be tied to a specific time period. They could very well pull off a surprise move and make a dlc set in a different era. Wouldn't be too hard either if the leaked game was originally meant to be an independent spinoff title.

  • bielik01
    1795 posts

    @crazybone992 a DLC without Eivor in it... I don't see it. Maybe something like Freedom Cry, that's more like it.

  • TheNorfolkian
    1590 posts

    @bielik01 Ah, yes... that would be interesting... a DLC that follows Hytham. I would play that.

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