4 Asian shots that would be perfect

Apparently there are several Assassin’s Creed Projects in development as Ubisoft bets on the franchise even bigger than before but at least some rumors of discontinuation are tied to it Assassin’s Creed Infinity. This title aims to be a hub world, a live service title where players will explore multiple settings. It’s hard to understand how all of this is unfolding, but one interesting project connected to infinity goes by a codename Red.

Assassin’s Creed Red supposedly included infinity and takes place somewhere in Asia. The exact location has yet to be confirmed, although reports suggest Japan is a possibility. However, given the wide arc of Asia, there are many places that would make for great backdrops Red.


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Assassin’s Creed Red: Japan

According to initial reports, Japan is the most likely setting Assassin’s Creed Red. This would be the most obvious winner considering how fans have been demanding it for years and how Ubisoft has even teased it before itself Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag. It seems that despite these teases, Ubisoft has avoided Japan for some reason. Given how the live service nature of Infinity/Red could be controversial, it would be a smart move to choose one of the most sought after. Additionally, it would be closely associated with the codename with the crimson circle of the flag of Japan.

Assassin’s Creed Red: India

India would be another good choice. Although Ubisoft has technically brought the franchise to India before, that was in a spin-off game, and yet India has always played an important role in the Brotherhood. Assassin’s Creed Syndicate explores a little the story of Sir Henry Green, an Indian-born member of the Assassins. He eventually marries Evie Frye and it is clear that their family plays an important role in the Brotherhood’s story. A more modern story might explore her grandchildren, or since the spin-off explores Green’s father, his ancestors could also be explored. Either way, the entire region is ripe for a main game.

Assassin’s Creed Red: Persia

like india, Assassin’s Creed has flirted with Persia (modern-day Iran) a few times, with Darius being the most prominent Odyssey’s Legacy of the First Blade DLC. The assassination of Xerxes I by Darius was the first recorded use of the Hidden Blade, and he and his comrades formed an organization to oppose Xerxes’ plans. These were not the Hidden Ones, but one of the many predecessors of the Assassins. Exploring this chapter of the Assassin’s story would be unique as its ending was tackled lightly compared to anything seen so far. At the same time, it would be interesting to see how the region develops afterwards if it moves away from Darius’ organization as a result.

Assassin’s Creed Red: The Philippines

Of course, there’s also the option to explore locations that Ubisoft hasn’t teased as much, despite the fact that almost every location in the world has a canonical fraternity. The Philippines is one such place, one with a lot of lore but not that much concrete content. The franchise has explored the Brotherhood in a variety of ways, from their origins to various conflicts with the Templars and, in some cases, even their collaboration with the Templars. However, internal conflicts are often not as advanced as they seem. The Philippines would be a great way to do this as it has been going through several brotherhoods, changing minds and motives in its history alongside the history of the region. The conflicts of the Luzon Brotherhood (900–1589), its subgroups, the Visayan Brotherhood (1400–1565) and the Mindanoan Brotherhood (1405–1915 and 1962–1986), their subgroups, and further reorganizations would all make interesting stories.

Assassin’s Creed Infinity is under development.

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