After turning back the clock and exploring ancient Egypt in Assassin's Creed Origins last year, it appears that Ubisoft will keep the series a millennium or two in the past with its next entry. ComicBook.com reports that Assassin's Creed will travel to ancient Greece when the series returns from a two-year hiatus next fall.
Liam Robertson cautions everyone to take the report with a grain of salt, but notes that rumors of Assassin's Creed going Greek have been spreading for years. In fact, Robertson heard during the development of Origins in 2015 that Greece might appear in-game, though Egypt would be the focus. The sources later said that the development team would save Greece for the game that followed Origins instead, rather than include both locales in one game.
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