Has Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Been Leaked By a Keychain?

At this point, is it really an Assassin’s Creed game if it doesn’t get leaked before it’s official announcement? Just like UnitySyndicate, and Origins in the past, it looks like the latest entry in developer Ubisoft‘s historic adventure franchise may have been leaked days before E3.

According to Polygon, this supposed leak came from French video game site jeuxvideo-live.com where an image of a keychain allegedly promoting the release of the title alongside claims Odyssey is set to be a follow-up to Origins, the latest entry in the long-running franchise, and will be set in ancient Greece. The leak is said to have come from a source known by the alias Articblue.

Kotaku has confirmed this rumour and has gone further to suggest that Odyssey will be a larger departure from the franchise than Origins was, allowing players to use dialogue options and giving them the option to play as a brand new male or female assassin. Moreover, they go on to write that it’s possible we could see the series return to its yearly release schedule with Odyssey hitting retailers later this year.

For more concrete information, though, we’ll just need to wait until the official announcement at Ubisoft’s E3 conference.

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