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Assassin's Creed: The Resurrection Plot is the series' biggest adventure yet

Assassin's Creed: The Resurrection Plot is the series' biggest adventure yet

Around the world in 80 kills

Assassin's Creed fans out there looking for a new fix should definitely check out a recently released adventure that takes us all over the world.

Ubisoft has a lot of Assassin's Creed on the way. Assassin’s Creed Mirage is a few weeks away, of course, and takes us back to the series' stealth roots. Then we've got Assassin's Creed Nexus, followed by Assassin's Creed Jade in Ancient China, and an Assassin’s Creed set in Japan. There's also an Assassin's Creed set during the infamous witch trials of the 16th century, and rumours of a game set during the Aztec Empire.

If you can't wait for any of that, however, I can heartily recommend Assassin's Creed: The Resurrection Plot: The Engine of History. The title is, admittedly, rather a mouthful, but it's hands-down one of the best spinoff books based on Ubisoft's franchise, and an excellent globetrotting adventure.

Written by Kate Heartfield, award-winning author of the best-selling The Embroidered Book, The Resurrection Plot features 352 pages of classic Assassin's Creed action.

The Resurrection Plot tells the tale of the dastardly Templars not only content with seizing control of Europe but also our future. Once more, it’s up to the Brotherhood of Assassins to save the day in what is being described as a “globetrotting adventure”.

“Cairo, 1869. When a bomb goes off at the Khedivial Opera House celebrating the opening of the new Suez Canal, visiting Assassin Pierrette Arnaud investigates, only to uncover a plot to eradicate free will…,” reads the synopsis. “To her surprise, her old friend and teacher Simeon Price arrives in Egypt on the same trail, seven years after they allied to stop the Templars in London. But there’s no time to reminisce as the Templars manoeuvre Europe and Africa like pieces on a chessboard, wreaking havoc on a global scale.”

It continues: “As Simeon and Pierrette race to stop further attacks, they unearth plans suggesting a mysterious tower is the key to the ultimate Templar takeover… and with the puzzling Engine of History in their grasp, the Assassins might be outmatched at last.”

Assassin’s Creed: The Resurrection Plot is available right now, and has gone down incredibly well with fans everywhere since its release earlier this year. If you're craving a new Assassin's Creed adventure, this is definitely one story you'll want to check out.

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Topics: Assassins Creed, Ubisoft