Assassin’s Creed Victory Reveal on May 12, Ubisoft Releases Teaser Video

The developers like to address it as the new Assassin’s Creed but a leak that happened last year confirmed that it is going to be set in the Victorian era.

Assassin’s Creed Victory is what players are going to get in 2015. While the official reveal is going to take place on May 12, we can confirm that the developers will be showing a lot more of it during the E3 2015 conference.

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The last launch, Unity was a major disaster for the company because players spent more time fighting with bugs than enemies. Besides, it had a lot of graphical issues both on consoles and PC editions.

Assassin’s Creed Chronicles and now Victory is too much of AC franchise to take. So, at the moment it is more like Ubisoft will face another disaster this year unless this is a worthy game with plenty of good features to look forward to.

The May 12 reveal might give us a glimpse into the world. For now, you could watch the teaser video.

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