Assassin's Creed Voice Actor Hints That A Big Reveal Is Coming Soon
With the world the way it is right now, I'm sure we could all use some lovely video game announcements to help keep us focused on all the good things that are coming down the line. Because good things are coming down the line. Great news then, as an actor has sparked fresh hope that Ubisoft will sharing some big Assassin's Creed news is coming soon.
Abubakar Salim, who voiced Bayek in 2017's Assassin's Creed: Origins, recently took to Twitter with a message of hope. Sharing kind words with those who might be a little nervous or upset by current events, Salim teased that "some mighty reveals and announcements" are coming this week.
See for yourself below.
Although the world is turning to poop, and people are literally acting like the stupid people in zombie/contagion films (completely understand why there are so many Zombies in these films now)...- Abubakar Salim (@Abzybabzy) March 23, 2020
There are some mighty reveals and announcements coming to you all this week. :eyes: pic.twitter.com/16rXHZksts
Now, it's worth noting that there's nothing to definitively suggest Salim is teasing an Assassin's Creed-flavoured announcement. He's an incredibly talented chap that has appeared in plenty of stuff beyond Assassin's Creed, including World of Warcraft and Black Mirror. For all we know, he could be teasing an entirely new project. Try not to get too excited just yet, is all I'm saying.
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With that said, it is worth noting that he advised fans to stay inside and came in a follow up tweet. Also, surely we're due an Assassin's Creed announcement? For the past year or so, there have be various rumblings and rumours regarding the next installment in the franchise. Most seem to agree that it'll be a viking adventure set in and around England, but we've no way to verify these leaks at the moment.
Most recently, it was claimed that the new Assassin's Creed would be revealed during the PlayStation 5 reveal event in February. You know, the one that didn't happen. We did get a PS5 deep dive just last week, but there was absolutely no information on any new games. Just the specs, which was... yeah.
But now that the PS5 specs are out of the way and fans are hungry for more information, maybe now is the perfect time to drop news regarding next-gen titles? It's not like the majority of us have anywhere else to be right now, so companies like Microsoft, Sony, and Ubisoft kind of have a guaranteed audience if they decided to start dropping big reveals in the next few weeks.
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