Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’s Successor to be Released after a break of Two Years

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With a very small list of major game developers in the world, the same can be considered a monopolistic market of sorts which means that the pressure on such companies to keep coming up with newer concepts and keep inculcating the latest in technologies and giving an almost real-life experience while playing is often too high for them. In such regards, Ubisoft never disappoints its customers who are constantly on the lookout for new and better games to play.

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History of Assassin’s Creed

Best known for its creation of the Assassins’ Creed series which has seen 10 games in the series released in a minimal span of 10-11 years, the series has only seen an upward scaling in all possible regards that are possible while creating a game. With the last version of the game to be released in October that goes by the name of Assassins’ Creed Odyssey, the next part of the mainline series has been much anticipated by fans of the game spread in huge numbers across the globe.

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The Update of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’s Successor

However, the fans will have to take a stone to their hearts as Ubisoft makes it official that no new part of the game is bound to be released anytime soon in 2019. With Ubisoft taking a break in 2016 to provide a much-needed revamping to the game, the CEO has commented that Ubisoft is preparing to do that again with another break for a year or maybe even two. Rather than disappointment, the news will probably bring about a wave of excitement in the fans because the game-play and visuals of Assassins’ Creed Origins and Odyssey were as good as it possibly gets in the current scenario and a break to revamp the series again will probably mean even better graphics and game-play – nothing more than what a gamer can want or ask for.

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