That's from the short clip in Ubisoft's post announcing the new title Assassin's Creed: Odyssey - it depicts what appears to be a Spartan warrior kicking an enemy off a cliff, 300-style. Which - along with the name - suggests the game will be set in Ancient Greece. I've reached out to Ubisoft to inquire about the title, and absolutely do not expect a response-but if I get one, I'll let you know. The featured image promises more at this year's E3.
Earlier today, we broke a story about the next step for the iconic Assassin's Creed franchise equipped with a location and even photos of merchandise. While Origins altered the combat, Odyssey will introduce dialogue options, a first for the series.
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The Assassin's Creed series used to be on an annualized release schedule, but Ubisoft took a year off after October 2015's Assassin's Creed Syndicate before launching Assassin's Creed Origins in October 2017. The builds reported on didn't have the Origins protagonists Bayek or Aya present, but that doesn't mean they won't make some kind of an appearance in the game.
This video teaser says Odyssey will officially be revealed at E3, which takes place June 12-14th, so look for plenty more information then. The keychain container also proudly displays Assassin's Creed: Odyssey beneath a unique symbol, which contains another helmet shown beneath a sharply-pointed Assassin symbol. With The Division 2 taking up space in March, it would be safe to assume that Odyssey is targeting a fall 2018 launch, which would put Ubisoft right back on track with their yearly releases for the series.