Assassin’s Creed Victory location is London, protagonist unknown

By Alan Ng - Dec 2, 2014

While we have only just started playing Assassin’s Creed Unity, there has been a monumental leak in the last few hours, confirming the Assassin’s Creed 2015 game location and the title of the game in question.

We can now tell you that the next entry in Ubisoft’s series is going to be called Assassin’s Creed Victory. Furthermore, the Assassin’s Creed Victory location has also been confirmed to be London and will be set during the 19th Century.

The game’s plot is probably hinted in the main title of the game. Assassin’s Creed Victory is an obviously a shoutout to the fact that this time, the adventure will take place in Victorian London.

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Above is an official image from the game which was obtained and subsequently leaked by Kotaku. Given the monumental leak (there are several images plus logo already online), Ubisoft has now confirmed this as true by releasing a statement expressing their disappointment.

While Ubisoft says that they are disappointed for their Quebec developmental team that the leak is now public, Kotaku’s Jason Schreier has gone even further to say that Ubisoft “isn’t pleased” about the situation.

There’s no confirmation of the Assassin’s Creed Victory protagonist yet, but you can see what he looks like in the beautiful shot of London above and of course by checking out the full leak in the link to Kotaku above.

Considering that Unity is still fresh in the minds of everyone, what is your first reaction to Assassin’s Creed Victory?

Are you very happy that we are getting a game set in 19th century Victorian London?

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