Creed quickly became one of Ubisoft’s signature properties following the 2007 release
of the original game, which attracted major plaudits for its gameplay
innovation and storyline blend of history and fiction. Since that year, there
have been just three (2008, 2016 and 2019) where a new entry in the series
hasn’t been released.
has attracted fair criticism for oversaturation but has allowed the ongoing
narrative to visit a vast range of interesting periods across history, letting
players explore vast landscapes and interact with all manner of historical
hasn’t been officially announced yet, but the next game in the franchise seems
set to take players to the Viking Age. Takes on Denmark, Norway and various
territorial conquests (such as parts of Britain, Iceland, Greenland and Finland)
will likely be explorable.
this to the world-spanning settings of the ten previous main titles and possibilities
for interesting future settings are starting to look a bit slim. This applies
even if ones that have only been touched upon in side games (of which there
have been a lot) are acceptable for re-use on a grander scale.
are eight eras and locations that would certainly help the franchise
successfully reach its twentieth anniversary later in the decade.