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See you at E3! And, as in Assassin's Creed: Origins, naval battles will feature prominently. Anyone who primarily plays games on PC has a number of presentations to keep an eye on, including the PC Gaming Show as well as the big publisher conferences, all of which will likely reveal upcoming PC games.

Ubisoft has confirmed that it is working on Assassin's Creed Odyssey.

This development has caused numerous game's fans to rejoice.

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The next Assassin's Creed is called Odyssey and will take place in ancient Greece, according to a new report from the French site JeuxVideoLive, which adds that Odyssey is a sequel to last year's Assassin's Creed Origins.

Following the leak, Ubisoft was quick to confirm that Assassin's Creed Odyssey was real, and will be at E3 this year. It also isn't a surprise to see Ubisoft look at other ancient civilizations, as Assassin's Creed Origins - which was set in ancient Egypt - did a lot of revitalize the franchise. With The Division 2 taking up space in March, it would be safe to assume that Odyssey is targeting a fall 2018 launch, which would put Ubisoft right back on track with their yearly releases for the series. There's word that he might appear in the story still, but that players will have the choice between two protagonists - a male and female one. Game developer Ubisoft has been cranking out Assasin's Creed games annually since 2007, and now they have announced the next title in the franchise. Personally, the high points of the series for me remain Assassin's Creed III and Black Flag, the latter of which brought the delightful possibility of sea-traveling to the series. While Origins altered the combat, Odyssey will introduce dialogue options, a first for the series.