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Assassin's Creed drops trailer for a new kind of 'adventure'

Emma Flint

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Assassin's Creed drops trailer for a new kind of 'adventure'

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A thirst for adventure is very much in the blood of Assassin’s Creed fans. Even if they don’t readily go jumping from buildings when the opportune moment arises (please don’t jump from buildings unless base jumping and you know what you’re doing), they long for adrenaline filled quests.

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One such “quest” has appeared online, offering Assassin’s Creed fans the chance to explore the depths of the franchise like never before. We’re not talking about the Black Flag sequel that’s been greeted with muted interest from gamers, but of a vibrant, musical affair that will get your blood pumping while also entertaining you.

We're throwing it back to Assassin's Creed Syndicate, seeing as this feels like another underrated instalment in the franchise

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“Created in honour of the franchise’s 15th anniversary, Assassin’s Creed Symphonic Adventure is developed by the dynamic team from Overlook Events alongside Ubisoft’s own creative teams.”

“It features a full orchestra and choir in a unique and immersive concert experience that covers the musical journey of Assassin’s Creed from its ancient origins through to modern-day Animus settings.”

At the heart of this experience is the narrative power of the franchise, helping to capture the atmosphere of each AC title. Accompanying the swelling music will be “video montages”, synchronised to perfectly marry together the visuals with the orchestra.

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We’re already looking to book tickets and take the day off work, and suspect the vast majority of our fellow gamers will be doing the same. The tickets for this London event are on sale right now. However, as the show is only running for two nights in May, you’ll want to act quickly before the tickets sell out.

Where else will you see the iconic, beloved Edward Kenway swashbuckling to live music? Nowhere. Nor will you be able to be awe inspired by the underrated majesty of AC Valhalla. All in all, this is an event AC fans won’t want to miss.

General sale tickets are available from here.

Topics: Assassins Creed, Ubisoft, Assassins Creed Valhalla, Real Life

Emma Flint
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