Assassin’s Creed Odyssey was well-received by the gaming community, and many gamers are already looking forward to the next entry in the series. Some sources have already rushed to discuss the supposed features of the game. According to them, the unannounced Assassin’s Creed Ragnarok will be released for the PC and consoles in 2020. The protagonist is thought to be an ally of Ragnar Lordbrok and will play an essential role in the formation of the Great Heathen Army.
Rumors about a new title began to surface after eagle-eyed players observed a suggestive poster which appeared in the Lincoln Center, featured in The Division 2.
The open world map will be split into several independent regions, including Great Britain, Denmark, Finland, and Norway. The kingdoms are also divided into settlements which can be customized and generate economic resources.
What novelties would come to Assassin’s Creed Ragnarok
The fan-favorite conquest battles which were an essential part of the first titles will return, allowing players to eliminate enemy influence from desired areas as they progress through the story. As always, the player will become an assassin, and it is likely that a new version of the iconic hidden blade will make an appearance, along with legendary weapons from the Norse mythology, including Mjolnir.
A few tweaks aim to refresh the gameplay experience. Players will have the option to tackle most missions in co-op. Popular mechanics, including the eagle, RPG progression and ship combat will be available, but ship combat has been changed to allow players to explore the world of the game without distractions.
A broader focus will be placed on exploration, and it is believed that the Ubisoft may decide to remove the markers from the map, to encourage the players to follow their paths. A few screenshots accompany the leak, which was shared on a popular platform. Select entities claim that the screenshots could be fake since they look quite similar to stock assets which can be found in the Unity Store.
Agnes is a technical writer, being in touch with reports to come up with the latest tech leaks.