New Assassin’s Creed Egyptian Game “Origins” Rumored To Appear At E3 2017
(Last Updated On: May 7, 2017)

Are you interested in Assassin’s Creed? Does the series excite you? Well, there is a new rumor circulating around that might hold some validity in that we could see a new Egyptian themed game entitled “Origins” in the never ending series, set to re-debut at this year’s E3 2017.

[Notice: Please take this information with a massive grain of salt in that the publication site (WWG) claims that its sources are unnamed and that there are no valid links to properly back up any of the claims/information provided in said article.]

Well, it seems that a new rumor is up about a new Buttcrack game by bootysoft… I mean Assassin’s Creed game by Ubisoft that will supposedly appear at this year’s E3. To be honest here, none of the recent games excite me and I couldn’t care less about the series as of now. However, I know that there are folks out there who do care, so… here you go.

According to publication site WWG, we learn that an “anonymous” Ubisoft source approached the site and provided it with “fresh details” from the upcoming Assassin’s Creed game that will be set in ancient Egypt and is entitled Origins.

The site claims that the project once went under a moniker of “Empire” and has since been changed to “Origins”, and is supposedly scheduled to be revealed at E3 2017. Instead of regurgitating similar words that the site is spewing, here are two paragraphs from WWG that detail the alleged game:

“Our sources suggest that Origins is a vast open world experience taking place in ancient Egypt. The story is rumoured to revolve around the original assassin’s guild and will feature two main characters – a man and a woman.

 

Its structure is said to be less linear, featuring a character progression system less tied to the story. A development source we spoke to compared it numerous times to Bethesda’s Skyrim. They say that impressions of the project internally are so far positive.”

The site notes that game is rumored to allow more freedom and will put a much greater emphasis on explorations over some of the most recent implementations in the series, which is said to be huge in scope. I just wonder will the game still hold glitches and things like this?

The source that spoke with WWG has the site noting that players will be able to leave all of ancient Egypt and travel to Greece and across the Mediterranean, sporting other means of transportation like horses and boats.

Moreover, the publication site also explained that there was a video in relation to Origins in that it showed other eras that consisted of far East regions, WW2 era France and a modern day Abstergo Industries facility. WWG last note pertained to Assassin’s Creed Origins launch, which is set to debut sometime in the Fall of 2017.

Below comes a video of five things that fans must know by LegacyKillaHD, who covers some of the recent stuff regarding Assassin’s Creed Origins.


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  • tajlund

    This is where the comics have actually done better than the games. In the comics there is now a third force that is poised to take down both Templars and Assassins. Meanwhile you’re finding out the Assassins and Templars are virtually identical, and in the end both groups are just people doing what they think is the right thing, but with the arrogance that essentially playing god gets you.

    Personally I’d love to see a game where you play as the Templars Black Cross.

    • I didn’t pay much attention to the comics, but after AC Revelations it seemed as if that’s where they were headed.

      It’s cool to know the comics went where the games seemed afraid to go.

      • tajlund

        Big time. In fact in the comics the current Templar Grand Master is secretly the Black Cross and he’s contemplating going to the Assassins for help against the new group. (Which was formed by one of the gods/aliens/whatever the hell Juno was.)

  • Mr Snow

    The last one I played was AC4.

    When I found out I could no longer be a pirate, I was no longer interested.

  • Because OF COURSE they’ll have a female protagoniat again, despite there being literally NO REASON other than SJWs would bitch and moan. Face it Ubisoft, they have you by your two-inch cock. Let this series die already.

  • ItEotWaWKI

    I really wanted Syndicate because of the setting, but avoided it because of the identity politics and garbage black and white plot, (seriously, I’m sick to death of the Assassins being presented as noble, pure, and good whereas the Templars are presented as unquestionably evil and vile… It’s simple, lazy, and not compelling…).

    That said, ancient Egypt and ancient Rome are two settings that I would have a really hard time skipping, especially the former 🙁

    • (seriously, I’m sick to death of the Assassins being presented as noble, pure, and good whereas the Templars are presented as unquestionably evil and vile… It’s simple, lazy, and not compelling…).

      I know ACIII is a bit tough to get through for some people (but I think about 15 to 20 hours in) Connor finally realizes that there are no good guys.

      I know ACIII gets a lot of beef, but boy oh boy did they handle that well where Connor’s father lays some hard truths on him when he realizes that the Assassins won’t help save his people (the Native Americans) and the patriots are just as bad as the British. Haytham lays out some of the best exposition in the whole series, explaining that the Templars actually aren’t that bad, and that in the end, they would have been better for America than George Washington.

      Usually the Assassin’s Creed games are pretty crappy and social justice warriory when it comes to the stories, but the fact that they swept everything out from under Connor and he realized there were no good guys (and he literally lost everything), was one of those bitter endings where it finally lifted the veil on the Assassins and Templars being a lot more similar than dissimilar.

      Other than Connor’s story, though, you’re right about it being a usually black and white affair. They need to get the writer back who did ACIII and have them write the newer games.

      • fnd

        Sounds like our usual relativistic grimdark drivel…

        ” Haytham lays out some of the best exposition in the whole series, explaining that the Templars actually aren’t that bad, and that in the end, they would have been better for America than George Washington.”

        Coupled with a anti american plot twist, anti americanism is too good to pass it up so they made the templars more ambiguous, business as usual for the globalist cuck frogs.

        • Coupled with a anti american plot twist, anti americanism is too good to pass it up so they made the templars more ambiguous, business as usual for the globalist cuck frogs.

          LOL… not at all. The Templars wanted someone powerful in the seat of the Presidency, which is why they didn’t want Washington in. They wanted a powerful America driven towards individualism and ultimately seeking to attain the status of the Ubermensch.

          Haytham’s ideals fell in line a lot closer to Rand’s Objectivism. They were hardly about globalist plurality, especially since they wanted to eradicate the “savages”.

          As I mentioned, ACIII was a lot more about blurred lines and power struggles.

          Connor just wanted to live peacefully with his people, but there was no side that fought toward that end, not even the Assassins. The whole thing was about the disillusionment of ideological purity, because it doesn’t exist.

          Ubisoft gets a lot of flak for a lot of good reasons, but I thought they handled the characterizations in some cases rather well in AC3. My biggest complaint was that the Templars were portrayed as the good guys in like the first eight or so hours, but then magically had their villainy cranked up to 11 when Connor was introduced.

          • fnd

            I mean anti americanism in the sense that they bash one of the founding fathers but wathevs, i haven’t played the game anyway…

          • Meh, everybody got bashed in that game, so I was fine with that.

    • lucben999

      You know back when I played the first AC game and I saw that message about the multicultural team I was a little weirded out and thought that was a pretentious message that assumed people would care so much about the religious and metaphysical stuff in the game that they’d get offended, like they were preemptively trying to appease a bunch of angry Christians who they assumed would be mad at their God-killing apple because it was just so deep and meaningful. Boy I had no idea about SJWs and identity politics back then.

  • MONAD

    Don’t really care. Ubisoft doesn’t really give a shit about its consumers, tbh, and they probably should’ve let Assassin’s Creed die instead of trying to retool and reboot it. The first two games were fun, but meh. I’m done with AC.