Ubisoft could bring Assassin’s Creed to Japan in next chapters

Japan is one of the most demanded places to set a new Assassin’s Creed. It could offer a u-turn to the franchise giving a new perspective to the gameplay mechanics and the vibe would be totally different than any other AC. This exuberant location could be tangible in a next Assassin’s Creed iteration regarding the following discovery.

In the Assassin’s Creed IV’s official guide, Ubisoft added this picture:


Put attention to the different places included in the mentioned picture. There are monuments related to the different Assassin’s Creed published by Ubisoft until now. This is important, because this guide was published in 2013 and this book hinted Paris or London as new places to the license (before to be unveiled). Among the diverse scenarios, we have got a picture of the Sensoji Temple, Tokyo’s oldest temple and one of its most noteworthy places.

One by one, we have got:

An antique church possibly interwoven with Assassin’s Creed I:


Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence, a reference to Assassin’s Creed II and the Ezio’s saga:


A Caribbean island for Assassin’s Creed IV:


Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, AC Unity:


The notable Big Beng in London for the leaked AC Victory:


And the Sensoji Temple in Tokyo. Most likely this place could become a new prop for Assassin’s Creed:


Thanks, AC’s official forum.

  • Ian Oliver

    Please be true. If there’s anything that would get me into the series, it would be this.