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  • C.oozy
    Original poster 1 posts

    Hi Everyone,
    I’m sure that the next game is well into its late stages, but perhaps this would be a good suggestion for the game after that.
    After watching “The King’s Man” I realised just how amazing a setting Europe would be in the years leading up to and during WW1. The opportunities for a secretive organisation controlling the royals and angling towards war is shown to full effect in the film, but I feel it would also be an amazing concept for assassins creed.
    After doing a country in Valhalla (Pretty much the whole of the Uk, when you include DLC content) doing a scaled down version of Europe would be amazing. The countries around the Mediterranean have been done many times in the past, but those countries played minor roles in the lead up to World War One, so could be easily left out. The main countries involved are filled with stunning towns, cities and nature, whether that’s Berlin, Moscow, Sarajevo or the grand Alps.
    I feel that it’s an amazing opportunity, especially with all of the monarchs and their advisors (it already feels like a secret organisation to an extent through all their family connections), it would fit in really well with other assassins creeds to have some of these advisors working together to control the continent.
    I’m not sure if it’s too big a scale, but it would surely be epic and would link into the more modern day story lines.

    I’d recommended to watch the film and see for yourself.

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  • Thamhuz
    36 posts

    @c-oozy I just hope in a game that actually works. Then we can think about plot and settings.

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