Ubisoft has released a video hinting at the upcoming release of its new game, Assassin's Creed Odyssey, which would become the latest chapter in a long saga about a fictional millennia-old confrontation between secret societies.
The teaser trailer only shows a Spartan warrior kicking someone off a cliff - which is nearly certainly a call out to one of the opening scenes of the movie 300 - and that's all we're getting for now.
And if that dude getting kicked off cliff seems recognisable, it is because it is basically just that bit from 300. Assassin's Creed Odyssey will take players to the lovely cities and iconic history of Ancient Greece as they seek to overthrow Templars, jump into bales of hay and generally indulge in everything else you'd expect from an assassin.
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This development has caused numerous game's fans to rejoice. It turns out the Assassin's Creed title is indeed real, and Ubisoft has teased it with a five second trailer on Twitter.
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Ahead of E3, the setting of the next Assassin's Creed game appeared to leak.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey setting - Where does it take place?
It looks like Assassin's Creed will be reverting back to its yearly release schedule. Players will also get to choose between playing as a male or female protagonist. Ubisoft will release further details at E3.
The announcement comes hours after gaming site JeuxVideo posted a keychain showing the same logo and name for the now-verified "Assassin's Creed game". It seems to have been the right decision, as Assassin's Creed Origins was well-received when it hit PS4, Xbox One and PC a year ago.