Assassin’s Creed 2 has been hailed as a classic in the franchise, which is why the way it relates to Origins, Odyssey, and more is so startling.
Ubisoft, at least as far as Creed Assassin̵7;s the franchise has been disturbed, has never shied away from harassment. Many remember the beginning of Assassin’s Creed 3 seemingly irritating an Egypt-Greece-Japan trilogy while Assassin’s Creed 4 has a database of possible places like Summer of Love. Somewhat somewhat surprising is that some of the most ardent harassment for upcoming games took place inside Assassin’s Creed 2 but have gone unnoticed for so long.
In fact, it seems Assassin’s Creed 2 beat Assassin’s Creed 3 in the fist, directly being teased Created Origins of Assassin and Odyssey years before their release. It’s not hard to think that Ubisoft has a long-term plan for these games while sometimes doing it while it goes on. After all, if Assassin’s Creed 3 they were right, Japan AC would hit the market this year, no Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Either way, these remarks are something franchise fans may want to keep tabs on.
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Assassin’s Creed 2 Teases Origin and Odyssey
Those who played through Assassin’s Creed 2 can recall taking some Assassin seals in order to unlock and then equip Altair armor in Ezio. These seals were transferred to a specific Assassin, but at the time, most likely reduced this. The Ubisoft franchise was still a sapling, and these statues could only be seen as an attempt to build the world in the early days. However, these statues have taken on a new significance in light of recent releases.
Specifically, there are two statues belonging to the two killers, Darius and Amunet. This means that the female lead i Created Origins of Assassin, Aya, which would eventually become Amunet, existed all the time Assassin’s Creed 2. It is recorded as the murder of Cleopatra in AC2, while in origin, she simply helped in her suicide. Given the changes in history over many years, this is not a surprising “oversight” or change. On the other hand, Dari may have suggested a Persian game, however he is a main character Odyssey Creed Assassin’sThe legacy of the first blade.
Characters important to both games, in one form or another, appeared as statues here; however, what does it mean that players should watch out for other Killers for possible harassment.
Other Assassin’s Creed Seats 2
Alongside Darius and Amunet in Assassin’s Creed 2, players found statues for Iltani, Wei Yu, Qulan Gal and Leonius. Iltani was a Killer who managed to poison Alexander the Great, leading to his eventual death. However, because these events took place in 323 BC, Iltan was not a real murderer. Rather, she was a member of a “secret order,” which eventually became the Babylonian Brotherhood, meaning that her followers may have been in sync with the Hidden One before they became the proper Assassins. Either way, a game as Iltani could get players in the BC era, or it could just be an excitement that goes unfulfilled.
Wei Yu was not an Assassin by name, but he was responsible for the assassination of the first Chinese emperor, Qin Shi Huang, with a spear. Because of this, the fraternity eventually came to honor him as one of its own, so even if the players were not exploring 200 BC in China, this could be taken as an excitement of the Chinese location (which could easily be extended to the wrist of Wei Yu). What makes this even more interesting is Ubisoft’s reputation for leaks. The fans knew about Creed Assassin’s going into the Viking era months before its discovery, and seems to be a Chinese Creed Assassin’s the game may also have come out recently. If eventually this holds water, it would be three games that Assassin’s Creed 2 has been in tears so far.
Qulan Gal was a member of the Mongol Brotherhood, who along with Altair’s son Darim, killed Genghis Khan. It is unclear what might excite, if at all, as Gal’s story has been told the most. However, a Mongol assassin would at least distance himself AC franchise from Ghost of Tsushima.
Leonius was a hideout operating in Rome during the first century. Surprising as it may seem, this country has a lot of potential. Not only that Creed Assassin’s the return to Rome had been navigated by fans and gossip before, but it would be a good way to tell more of the story of a hiding place, built by Created Origins of Assassin, and see another part of the story. Leonius was responsible for killing Caligula, so whether Leonius was the playful character or just an ally of Assassin, there are lore to build from here as well.
Assassin’s Creed Locations Created
Notably, this would not be the only set of harassment fans have received from Ubisoft, as mentioned above. Inside each, there are also reasonable Red Herrings to keep fans thinking about what might come next. For example, Creed Assassin’s exploring the Summer of Love just doesn’t seem possible, while Qulan Gal and Iltani seem unlikely compared to Wei Yu and Leonius being seen as teasing. One could even argue that Assassin’s Creed Rogue be teased Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, so the franchise is certainly no stranger to teasing fans. Regardless, here is a list of possible locations that have shed tears directly but never appeared roughly or otherwise in the universe.
- Babylon (AC2)
- China (AC2)
- Mongol Empire (AC2)
- First Century Rome (AC2)
- Japan (AC3) / Ashikaga Shogunate (AC4)
- Summer of Love (AC4)
- Midwest (AC4)
since from Assassin’s Creed 4, it seems that Ubisoft has become more nuanced about hiding tearful places or has avoided it in recent games. After all, Japan is one of the most sought after countries and Ubi is well aware. This is not to mention a ton of factors that may go into this decision, but nonetheless, it is clear that there are a ton of locations that the franchise may go to in the future. If it ever ends, it will not be for lack of source material.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla releases November 17 for PC, PS4, Stadia and Xbox One, with PS5 and Xbox Series X versions to follow.
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