On the well known portal of 4chan Some images and the very first details regarding the next chapter of the well-known franchise have been released recently Ubisoft, Assassin's Creed. According to what has been leaked, the next title will presumably be set in the ancient Norse world populated by heroic Vikings, and will consequently bear the name of Assassin's Creed Ragnarok.
Always according to the same ones rumor, the launch window would appear to be set for 2020, period designed to make the exit cross-gen and thus land the title on both fourth generation consoles and those of the next - and therefore on PS5 and Xbox Scarlett.
In the next alleged chapter of Assassin's Creed Ragnarok, the gamer would take on the role of an ally (assassin) of the legendary Ragnar Lodbrok, a valiant Norse leader, aimed at completing the formation of the Great Heathen Army (Great Danish Army). The adventures we could take part in seem to take place in a large map dedicated to Northern Europe, which would therefore include many and varied areas of Great Britain, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland.
The nations would be divided into kingdoms, regions and cities, and it seems possible to participate in internal wars to overturn the politics of the territories and act in favor of one or the other kingdom, in the conquest of the most strategic and important areas. Furthermore, it appears that the Multiplayer will appear again in the title, in version a cooperative, which can be used in most of the secondary missions, for the conquest of the kingdoms and during the exploration of the map - exploration which, among other things, seems to be the absolute focus of the title.
Assassin's Creed Ragnarok is reportedly in development at the studio Ubisoft of Montreal, supported by the division of Sofia, which in the meantime would be dedicating itself to the realization of several DLC and additional content. Below, we leave you some of the images leaked online - you can find more details on the 4Chan thread - which would show the first stages of development of the title. We remind you, however, that this is not official information, and that everything that is said and shown must necessarily be taken with a grain of salt.