The time of rumors is over: Ubisoft is now officially revealing the setting of the new Assassin's Creed. However, this happens in a somewhat unusual way that fans currently have to be patient for. The Australian artist Bosslogic uses Photoshop to create an artwork for the new Assassin's Creed, from which the theme of the next part of the series can be derived. 

For about a year now there were various rumors, many of which indicated that the next one Assassin's Creed in a Viking setting could fall back. Bosslogic is currently busy creating an artwork for the new series part - and the Australian artist is proceeding relatively quickly. What fans have seen so far as part of the creative process could actually point to a Viking scenario.

“Assassin's Creed Next”: clues to the Viking scenario

Bosslogic happily to himself. You can see the shadowy outline of a man who is probably the main character of the new Assassin's Creed. Mountains, a fortress and snow-covered landscapes can be seen in the background. Possibly the two-part world also suggests a mixture of several settings.


It is not yet possible to say with certainty which setting Assassin's Creed will use. However, the first graphic elaborations could well indicate a Viking world or at least a scenario based on it. The musical background also fits in with it. “Viking sounds” can be heard here and there.

Step by step, Bosslogic will work on his Photoshop image until the evening, in order to finally signal through the finished artwork what the new Assassin's Creed is actually about. Whatever the shadow with the impressive posture and the worlds in the background: the tension increases until the final unveiling!

 Update: All important information about Assassin's Creed Valhalla is there here..

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