Ubisoft has revealed that it will not launch a new Assassin's Creed title in 2019, and instead will support this year's entry Assassin's Creed Odyssey, with additional content designed to keep players engaged in the game . In the language of GamesCom, Ubisoft's CEO, Yves Guillemot, explained that Assassin's Creed Odyssey's 2018 release was activated because both the 2017 Assassin's Creed Origins and Odyssey were developed at the same time, and Odyssey would not immediately followed by another game.
"At Assassin, we had a game [in 2018] and we have one this year, but we will not have a full Assassin next year," Guillemot said. "It's just because the team worked separately, so we have two matches now, one year after the other. But next year you will not have a full one."
Asked this meant that it would be a spin-off title or something less in place of a whole new full-featured entry in the Assassin's Creed series, Guillemot confirmed that this would not be the case either.
"What you get is a lot of content on [Assassin̵
Reflecting on the decision to stop Assassin's annual launch schedule and give Ubisoft's developers time to reinvent the Assassin's Creed Origins series, Guillemot said it was finally worth it.
"[The time] gave the opportunity to really bring what they wanted to. The community has responded very well to it and wh but I see what we bring with the Odyssey. I know that the community that came back with Origins will be amazed . "
Assassin's Creed Odyssey launches on October 5 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Put in Ancient Greece, and you can choose to play as a man or a woman. GameSpot has had the opportunity to play the game for a long time and you can read our Assassin's Creed Odyssey preview here for more about it.