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Forget Call of Duty’s take on the period, Assassin’s Creed fans want it more than any other period (and it’s not World War II)

Forget Call of Duty’s take on the period, Assassin’s Creed fans want it more than any other period (and it’s not World War II)

Besides being one of the most successful franchises in video game history, Assassin’s Creed has not been able to fully satisfy its players with its recent titles. Therefore, the community is always alert and ready to propose new ideas for a new game in the IP, as well as what time period it could be based on.

The path of Dutya Reddit user suggested making one of the Assassin’s Creed games during the Cold War. Many fans were fascinated by this idea, as it would be an intriguing way to use spies.

As always, the Assassin’s Creed community is ready to recommend ideas for a new game

Assassin's Creed should do what Call of Duty did with the Cold War: adapt that time period.
Assassin’s Creed what should do Duty do with Cold War, adjust that time period. Image via Activision.

Since its original release in 2007, the Assassin’s Creed saga changed the industry forever by offering a unique story where technology allowed the player to move freely through an ancient era.

This became more popular with each new installment and fans never seemed to get tired of new games that allowed them to explore different historical periods in a unique and original way.

Even though some games weren’t that well received by fans, the franchise’s community always suggests new ideas that the studio can use.

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In a recent Reddit post, a user suggested something very interesting, which would bring the saga much closer to modern times, and leave the concept of traveling to very ancient periods behind. These modern conflicts would have a lot of content and background to offer, and would likely be better received by fans.

Like Call of Duty, this period of history is more than fascinating to portray

Assassin's Creed is supposed to be a modern game.
Assassin’s Creed should launch a modern period game. Image via Ubisoft.

This particular user was referring to the Cold War. This conflict never really got off the ground.

A Assassin’s Creed game would find this conflict very interesting. Duty has already made this era his own and has done well in several titles.

In the Assassin’s Creed In this saga, the protagonist could be a spy who must adapt to infiltrate enemy territory and prevent armed conflict from becoming irreversible.

One thing this franchise hasn’t dared to do yet is set a game in a more modern era that doesn’t have to travel to the distant past. Several fans of the IP have been asking for these kinds of games from a more modern era.

Ubisoft is now focusing on successfully launching Assassin’s Creed ShadowsComing in October, the game will finally give players the chance to try out a feudal Japanese title game.

The game will feature two protagonists, a shinobi known as Naoe and the samurai Yasuke, who will fight in different ways to achieve a common goal. The franchise needs a more solid game to regain the trust of its fans.

What do you think of this Reddit user’s idea? Let us know in the comments!