Assassin's Creed Games Set to Undergo Major Changes in Modern Day Storyline

Assassin's Creed might be set in the future.

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Assassin's Creed is making some big changes to its modern-day story. It's a super popular game series and a big deal for Ubisoft. This single-player game has been around for more than 15 years, and it's had a big impact on lots of other Ubisoft games and open-world games in general. It's a special series that's hard to copy because of its unique idea. In the game, people in the present can use a machine to go back in time and be like their ancestors, which means there are lots of cool possibilities for future games and places to visit.

In the early games of the franchise, one important element was the modern-day storyline. It was a key part of the first five games, but as time went on, it became less prominent. Players didn't like being taken away from the fun of being a pirate on the high seas or exploring 18th-century America. So, the modern-day aspect took a backseat. It's still there, but it has changed a lot.

According to Insider Gaming, future Assassin's Creed games might be set in the distant future, possibly in the 2090s. These games would have entirely new characters. There's also talk of something called the "Great Shift" in unused dialogue from Assassin's Creed Mirage, hinting at a major event in the modern-day storyline, possibly related to a big change in technology or something significant.

Currently, we don't have much information about what's next in the Assassin's Creed series. There are a couple of new games in development, like Assassin's Creed Red and Assassin's Creed Hexe. They've only shown us a few hints about these games. Red might be released in 2024, but we don't have official confirmation. Hexe could come out in 2026 if Red arrives in 2024, but that's just a guess. Ubisoft obviously has exciting plans for the future of the series.

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