Assassin's Creed Fan Puts The Franchise in World War II

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It is amazing what fans of major video game franchises can do with modern technology and their love for their favorite video game IPs. For example, as the website GameRant was able to talk about, a fan of the Assassin's Creed franchise was able to use the game engine Unreal Engine 5 to share a concept for what the franchise might look like if it creates a game that occurs during the Second World War. There are a variety of reasons that people enjoy playing Assassin's Creed games, but one of the major reasons that people like this series of games so much is the 'historical tourism' that happens in every one of the games. Assassin's Creed is one of the games that allow players to explore a bunch of different historical settings to play around in with near reckless abandon.

Assassin's Creed games featuring Ezio, one of the most beloved protagonists of the franchise, spends all of his games exploring Renaissance Italy and other parts of Europe & Central Asia during that particular time period. Meanwhile, Assassin's Creed Odyssey lets players explore Ancient Greece and Assassin's Creed Origins took players to Ancient Egypt. There are also future games that plan to explore other time periods in history like Assassin's Creed Red which finally brings the franchise to Feudal Japan.

One of the settings fans would like to see is a game in World War 2 and YouTuber TeaserPlay was able to show in a video a version of Assassin's Creed on Unreal Engine 5 as you run through German-occupied Paris. Here, the protagonist moves to get rid of two Nazi guards before using stealth kills to work toward the main target.

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