Numerous press conferences so far, especially Microsoft and Bethesda, have focused heavily on next year's games, so we're hoping to see more timely reveals from Ubisoft. Which is probably a good thing if you really loved that game, not so much if you were after something new.
Considering this puts it out roughly a year after Assassin's Creed Origins, we can only assume that, at least for the time being, Ubisoft has chose to jump back into its annual release schedule for the series. They didn't just apply this mentality to the game's romantic pursuits and instead, implemented it across the broad spectrum of characters the player engages with, from friend to lover, to convey a more genuine appeal to relationships within the game.
Alexios or Kassandra can customise their gear, upgrade abilities, and personalise their ship on their path to becoming a Spartan hero.
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Most of the games on show might have been known quantities already (all manners of leaks made sure of that), but Ubisoft didn't let that dissuade them from the plan they had in place.
A cinematic trailer was initially shown, unveiling intense naval warfare in the Indian ocean.
Assassin's Creed is diving back in time to ancient Greece in Assassin's Creed: Odyssey and with that journey comes a handful of new features and the return of a fan favorite to keep the series fresh into its 11th installment.
Skull and Bones was revealed at E3 2017, and is being developed by the studio behind Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag.
However, just because you're clicking the heart option to try to get into your new love's trousers, it won't mean you'll actually get it. It shouldn't be a surprise that gay romances will be available, especially if you know your Ancient History, but we're glad to report about it anyway.