Assassin's Creed Nebula appears online, Aztec setting teased
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Over the next few years we're set to get more Assassin's Creed than we can shake a hidden blade at, and it sounds like there's even more coming that we don't currently officially know about.
Ubisoft recently opted to go all in on Assassin's Creed. Assassin’s Creed Mirage is a few weeks away, and takes us back to the series' stealth roots. Next year we have Assassin's Creed Jade in Ancient China, followed swiftly by an Assassin’s Creed set in Japan. Oh, and there's a brilliant sounding Assassin's Creed set during the infamous witch trials of the 16th century.
If for some reason none of these games appeal to you, it sounds like Ubisoft is planning another huge open-world Assassin's Creed that'll take us all the way back to the days of the mighty Aztec Empire.
Assassin’s Creed Nebula is rumoured to be another standard single-player adventure, rather than a spinoff or VR experiment. Very little is known about the project, but Insider Gaming’s Tom Henderson leaked that the game will have three different settings, which would make it one of the larger Assassin's Creed adventures.
Henderson claims Nebula will take players across India, the Aztec Empire, and around the Mediterranean. Quite how this will work remains to be seen, but the ancient and all-powerful Isu seem like a natural fit to explore the mysteries surrounding the Aztecs and their considerable innovations.
It's also been reported that a remake of fan-favourite Assassin’s Creed Black Flag is in development, although it's very early days for this project, too. Clearly we're going to be snowed under with Assassin's Creed for the foreseeable, so let's hope Ubisoft can keep the quality consistent. An Aztec adventure is something fans have wanted for a while, so it'd be a shame to see it end up a missed opportunity.