A new Assassin’s Creed Origins leak has been released, and gives out a number of bits of information about the series itself, the upcoming Assassin’s Creed: Origins game, and even some explanations about other settings. These include why the series won’t go to Japan or other, further time periods, and more.
Assassin’s Creed: Origins has been on the minds of a lot of Assassin’s Creed fans recently as a number of leaks have released about the game’s setting and its characters, mainly that it will apparently take place in Ancient Egypt, a period that hasn’t been explored before.
The leak comes from a 4chan poster that apparently got a hold of all of this information, and then released it onto the internet. While you should still be taking things like this with a grain of salt until they’re approved, it might be hard not to get excited.
Among some of the big bits of news from the new Assassin’s Creed Origins leak is that there won’t be any naval combat (you’ll be sailing but just to get from place to place), there won’t be any multiplayer, there won’t be any towers to synchronize on, and more. From what the leak says, you will be playing an Israelite, who is like a quieter version of Altair.
Another bit of information that came from the leak are the reasons why the game won’t be going to places like China or Japan, or to the World Wars: mainly, that they won’t sell well. The China section of Assassin’s Creed: Chronicles was mainly a nod to the fans.
There’s no telling when Assassin’s Creed: Origins will actually come out (though the leak says that it’ll be releasing later this year). However, with E3 coming up soon, hopefully Ubisoft will have some information, gameplay, and maybe even a release date for it.
To see more information from the Assassin’s Creed Origins leak, you can find it on this link.