5 Assassin’s Creed Locations We’d Like to See Next, Part 2

Here is part two of our five Assassin's Creed locations we would like to see next now that we know Vikings are in our near future.

With Assassin’s Creed Valhalla taking us into the England Dark Ages as a formidable Viking warrior, our minds have been spinning about what sort of new Assassin’s Creed locations we would like to see next. As a massive Asssassin’s Creed fan, I may or may not have thought about this a little too much so figured – why not share! Part one our top 5 Assassin’s Creed locations saw us dreaming of a cyberpunk-fueled future for the franchise and this part has us going way back into the depths of history.

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Ubisoft has been teasing new locations hidden within the game’s mini-adventures for years now but two scenarios found in the modern-day portion of AC have stuck out the most to fans: Vikings and Feudal Japan. Now that we know that Vikings is indeed the next narrative direction, that leaves just one more wish unfulfilled by primed for future excitement.

A samurai-driven Assassin’s Creed story would be incredible. We got a small taste of something similar with the spin-off Assassin’s Creed Chronicles China, but it just wasn’t the same. We’re talking Japan, we’re talking honorable samurai, we’re talking a fully-fleshed out, open-world adventure, not the side-scrolling rendition seen in Chronicles.

Imagine, for a moment, an Assassin’s Creed game done in Hiroshi Inagaki style from The Samurai Trilogy in 1954? Or maybe Kihachi Okamoto’s Samurai Assassin from 1965? Take that premise, modernize it just a tad to fit into more to today’s expectations, and voila! We could have a perfect Assassin’s Creed game once more with a narrative that fans have been begging for in a style completely unique than all of it’s predecessors.

A big reason I loved Assassin’s Creed Origins is because it took us deep into Ancient Egypt, a time that I was obsessed with as a child. Walking the dunes of Egypt and playing pivotal roles in history through this game was incredible and a dream come true. I’d love to see that same historic formula applied to the age of samurai.

What do you think about a samurai-fueled Feudal Japan Assassin’s Creed game as one of our 5 Assassin’s Creed locations we’d like to see? What would be your dream premise if you got a game like this? Sound off with your thoughts and Assassin’s Creed desires over on Twitter @PrimaGames! We’d love to hear what you’d like to see next!

Click here to see part one of our Assassin’s Creed location picks, or click here to continue on to part three!

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