Assassin's Creed: Shadows already has a date and presents its two protagonists with a brutal cinematic

The next installment of the saga Assassin’s Creed It's official and it has a name. As Ubisoft announced this week, the mysterious Codename Red will become known as Assassin's Creed: Shadows, which will make the leap to a completely different theme as it is set in the middle of Feudal Japan of the 16th century. The same can be seen in its first official trailer that has just come to light.

The French company promised that today we could see an impressive cinematic and so it has been, which has allowed us to verify that this new chapter will not have one, but two protagonists: a shinobi known as Naoe and a samurai named Yasuke of African origin, who is actually based on a historical figure.

In this impressive preview we have been able to witness both in full action and what the setting will look like, which shows that there will be very intense combat in a time of war and destruction. Of course, from what the kinematics suggests, it suggests that each of them will fight in a completely different waysince Naoe will be faster and more agile and Yasuke will be bigger and more powerful.

Therefore, players will be able to master both styles of play. Each will have their own progression paths, skills, weapon options and statistics. Regardless of the character chosen, it will be possible to go through a huge open worldwith walled cities, ports, sanctuaries and much more, which will change depending on the climate and with the passing of the seasons.

And all this has not been the only great news that the first trailer of Assassin’s Creed: Shadows, because it has also served to announce its release date. So, grab your calendar and circle the November 15because it will be the day when it will be time to travel to Japan with this title that will go on sale for PS5, Xbox Series X/S and also for PC.

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