Assassin’s creed: Sun’s shadow is a breathtaking Aztec-era idea
One of the great things about the Assassin’s Conquest series is how adaptable it can be. Are you looking for a thrilling adventure within Victorian London? You got it. Are you looking forward to a grand adventure in pirates? It’s yours. The ancient journey across Greece? Say no more.
With everything being over there’s much to look forward to for fans of Assassin’s creed players, as there are a variety of plans in the pipeline within Ubisoft Headquarters. Assassin’s Creed Mirage will be next. There’s also a brand new game set in Ancient China, as well as an ASC set in Japan as well as some that are centered around the witch trial.
However, with all that is that is yet to be seen, fans still are able to come up with their own suggestions for what they’d like from the show in the near future. There have been some fantastic ideas, like one that depicts popular legend Robin Hood as an assassin. A different one, which takes place during the Aztec period, could be perhaps even more intriguing.
In the subreddit r/assassinscreed, user luisparive19 introduced other players to their concept to create The Assassin’s creed of the The Sun’s Shadow. The game was described as “Located within the Aztec empire in the 15th century, more specifically within the town of Tenochtitlan (present-day Mexico City) the place where Tlaloc who is currently the King’s successor, would be harmed by his advisors (templars) and then be enlisted from the Order of Assassins to claim the throne while keeping peace.”
The user also posted some concepts of their main character, Tlalo, who you are able to check out below.As we’re aware, Ubisoft doesn’t currently have any plans for a formal plan to take us back in time to the beginning of our history as a human. However, considering that the firm is actuallygoing to work on Assassin’s Creed, I can’t imagine that it will be long until something like in the vein of the Sun’s Shadow. Let’s hope that luisparive19 is given some sort of recognition for their brilliant idea!