Ubisoft Teases For Honor Assassin’s Creed Crossover To Be Revealed Tomorrow

Ubisoft has released a teaser on Twitter for a possible For Honor Assassin’s Creed crossover, to be officially announced at a Warrior’s Den livestream happening tomorrow, December 20. We don’t know exactly what will be coming in this crossover event, but hopefully either way it will be an interesting meld between the two games.

Considering the background of both For Honor and Assassin’s Creed, which include multiple different cultures clashing against one another and near-constant war, it wouldn’t be too out of the ordinary for the two to clash with each other. Of course, that depends on what the For Honor Assassin’s Creed crossover actually entails.

While it could be a huge event that involves new character classes, new storylines, and more, it could also be entirely cosmetic, with just Assassin’s Creed inspired weapons, symbols, emotes, and possibly some clothing too. We’ll likely learn more during the Warrior’s Den livestream, but until then there’s no telling what we’ll see in the event.

For Honor has been making more waves recently with a wide variety of adjustments and weekly content releases, to say nothing of its most recent Marching Fire expansion, which added a fourth new, China-inspired faction to the huge battle between Vikings, Knights, and Samurai.

While the game’s player numbers had gone up and down since its release due to a variety of things like server issues and a slow pace of content release, Marching Fire has hopefully injected some more energy to the game and it will be able to retain higher player numbers later.

We’ll still have to wait and see what the For Honor Assassin’s Creed crossover will entail on the livestream tomorrow, but until then we’ll have to wait and see exactly what Ubisoft has in mind for what the event will do. You can see the livestream on the Warrior’s Den at 12 PM EST.

Hunter is a long time fan of strategy, RPG, and tabletop games. When he is not playing games, he likes to write about them.