Just hours after the leak of an image that revealed the name of the newest Assassin’s Creed game, it seems that Ubisoft has now gone ahead and officially released a brief teaser for the game.
The original leak was made by French website JeuxVideo-Live, who posted a picture which showcased a promotional key-chain with a design similar to that of a Praetorian Guard helmet. The website also claimed that this game was a sequel to last years Assassin’s Creed: Origins, and that it would take place in ancient Greece.
See you at E3! pic.twitter.com/03NTPhCkCf
— Assassin's Creed (@assassinscreed) May 31, 2018
The teaser released by Ubisoft all but confirms this information and in it we see a figure dressed in Roman warrior garb with perhaps the very same helmet seen in the leaked key-chain image, kicking another figure off a cliff. This is then followed by the game’s title and a message that reads ‘SEE YOU AT E3’.
The teaser itself is most probably a reference to the now famous scene in the film 300, in which the Spartan King Leonidas similarly kicks a messenger of the God-King Xerxes into a well after refusing to surrender.
More information about the game will be revealed at the Ubisoft’s E3 press conference on 11th June, 2018.