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8 Locations for the Next Assassin's Creed Game

Ron Whitaker | 13 May 2015 15:30
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The Assassin's Creed series has done a great job of varying its setting. We've explored Renaissance-era Italy, the American Revolution, and even sailed as a pirate on the high seas. Now that we know Assassin's Creed: Syndicate is heading to Victorian-era London, it started us thinking about where the series could go next. History is ripe with possible locations, but these eight felt the most intriguing.

Got a suggestion of your own? Tell us what it is in the comments!

Scandinavia (10th and 11th Century)

After playing Assassin's Creed IV, I think a Viking-era entry in the series could work. Not only could you sail the seas in their famous longships, establishing colonies and conquering lands, but you could also interact with famous Vikings from the era. Erik the Red, who discovered Greenland, and Leif Erikson, who actually came to North America 500 years prior to Columbus' arrival. Giving players the option of trading with, destroying, or occupying colonies could make for a fun addition as well.

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