The sport is allegedly code-named Kingdom.
Posters present in The Division 2 trace that the subsequent Murderer’s Creed sport could revolve round vikings.
Per Kotaku (by way of Murderer’s Creed Wiki person AlifMorrisonudin), the posters could be discovered within the sport’s Potomac Occasion Heart, and so they function what seems to be a Norse god or viking with the phrase “Valhalla” written above, holding a workers and an odd orb. Upon nearer inspection, the orb is definitely an Apple of Eden – necessary objects throughout the Murderer’s Creed universe which have appeared all through historical past, and have been able to projecting photographs, mind-control and extra.
Once we reached out to Ubisoft for remark, a spokesperson instructed IGN “We don’t touch upon rumors or hypothesis.” Photos of the posters could be discovered right here.
Whereas this visible Easter Egg is fascinating sufficient, Kotaku reviews that it beforehand discovered from two unbiased sources accustomed to the sport that this undertaking, code-named Kingdom, will revolve round vikings and is ready for a 2020 launch.
Past Kotaku’s corroboration, there are a pair issues about this story that match into place properly. First, we already know Ubisoft received’t launch a brand new Murderer’s Creed sport in 2019. Second, Ubisoft is understood for placing Easter Eggs for upcoming video games in its titles, like how Watch Canine 2 included a teaser for Pioneer, an area sport from Ubisoft that has reportedly had its growth rebooted.
There have been rumors swirling round that the subsequent Murderer’s Creed would happen in Rome, as a type of pure successor to Odyssey’s Greek setting, although indicators are starting to level to a extra Norse course.
For extra on Murderer’s Creed Odyssey, try our assessment of the Legacy of the First Blade: Bloodline DLC, which we known as “Nice” saying “The Murderer’s Creed Odyssey: Legacy of the First Blade grand finale cleanly ties up the story it began with solutions and nice moments for everybody concerned.”
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Colin Stevens is a information author for IGN, and after God of Battle, he’s pleased to get again into some Norse goodness. Observe him on Twitter.