Rumors about Assassin’s Creed: Ragnarok may be false
After several rumors and alleged leaks about the new game in the Assassin’s Creed series, analyst Daniel Ahmad of Niko Partners said that most of the information is incorrect and the game will not even be called Ragnarok.
Okay, it’s this time of the day: tell me who created this image. It is therefore indeed a fake, Amazon Germany will never publish the sheet of this special edition of Assassin’s Creed Ragnarok. https://t.co/IZNPXwElm4
– j0nathan? (@ xj0nathan) January 9, 2020
In one of the leaks, Twitter user @ xj0nathan posted an image from the German Amazon page that showed the details of Ubisoft’s next title, including the Standard, Gold and Valhalla editions. However, after some internal conversations, Iyane Agossah, editor of DualSchokers, pointed out that the leak was false.
(Source: ResetEra / Reproduction)
A very blurry image was also posted on ResetEra that technically would prove that Ragnarok would be announced in February, would have a gigantic map planned to introduce Scandinavia and England and that it would be possible to choose the character’s gender.
Ahmad, also known as ZhugeEX, is very famous in the gaming industry for giving accurate information about games and events. He made a post on ResetEra stating: “To be honest, all of the Assassin’s Creed leaks so far are incorrect. He won’t even be called Ragnarok. Of course, some of the details are right. Like improved combat or something. But in general, they are not so accurate. “
Although the information is incorrect, it is worth remembering that an easter egg was found in The Division 2 that seemed to indicate that the next title in the killer franchise would involve the Viking theme. While Ubisoft remains silent on the matter, what are your expectations for the new game in the franchise?