‘Assassin’s Creed Empire’ Might Launch For Nintendo Switch Consoles; Game Expected To Feature Ancient Egypt

11 January 2017, 6:00 am EST By Jai Sabharwal Mobile & Apps
An image from Assassin's Creed Trailer.   ( (Photo by LazerzZ / YouTube) )

The "Assassin's Creed" game series is famous for its historical depictions as we all know. So, the next game in the series is nothing short of those aspects either. Reports suggest that the latest game in the series is based on ancient Egypt.

According to Gameranx, YouTuber "OBE1plays" has posted a new video which suggests that the game,  "Assassin's Creed Empire," will launch for the Nintendo Switch consoles. "OBE1plays" reveals this info in his "12 Days of Switchmas" series of videos on his YouTube channel. These videos reveal the exclusive information related to the new console launched recently by Nintendo.

In one of the videos, the YouTuber notes his viewers of an authentic inside source that confirms of the upcoming "Assassin's Creed Empire" game to be launched for not only the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but also for the Nintendo Switch.

Another one of OBE1plays video shows us a discussion between him and Laura Kate Dale who had revealed inside stories on the Ninendo Switch previously. Dale notes that there are going to be three Gamecube games. And, the virtual console is said to launch these games on the very first day of the official launch of the Nintendo Switch.

About the other game franchises that might be a part of the Nintendo Switch games, BioWare's producer, Mike Gamble, notes us that there are no plans for a port of "Mass Effect Andromeda" for now. But, he also says that if the fans ask for it strongly, then there might be a possibility of a Switch edition of the game in the future.

Tune in for more information and updates on "Assassin's Creed Empire" and Nintendo Switch. 

How excited are players for the "Assassin's Creed Empire" game? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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