Big mistake for Ubisoft, a leak from the next Assassin’s Creed game in Japan shows us who the main character will be! – Millennium

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At a time when Ubisoft is working more than ever on the next Assassin’s Creed games, one of the authors of the future title has unfortunately revealed the identity of one of the two protagonists that we will find through the so mysterious Assassin’s Creed Codename Red. Good news, we will have a playable female character.

Ubisoft employee mistakenly reveals Assassin’s Creed protagonist Codename Red

If Assassin’s Creed Codename Red is still very mysterious at the time of writing, here is a first official image, therefore accidentally published on the professional social network LinkedIn. It is indeed TheRAFITI69 on the social networka content creator specializing in the Ubisoft franchise who made this discovery: Pierre Boudreau, one of the game’s authors, has released an official image of the upcoming game’s protagonist.

So it’s official! If the insider gaming website has evolved recently the presence of two playable protagonists with a samurai and a shinobi (or rather a kunoichi, since it is a female ninja and not a man), this first image therefore confirms the presence of this ninja with perhaps the option for players to choose either one or the other at the start of their adventure to choose, or better yet, play with both. Despite the serious lack of information, we can imagine that each of them will have their own peculiarities, with one being more action-oriented and the other being more stealth-oriented.

Obviously, Ubisoft hasn’t confirmed anything at the moment, so we still have to be careful, but it would be very surprising to see that our ninja woman won’t end up being present throughout the game.

The players are already divided?

A few weeks ago, Unfortunately, players seemed to be divided over these two characters. No, it is not the presence of a woman that is disturbing here, but rather the origin of the male figure, who is probably of African origin. For this work is theIn fact, the developers seem to be relying on historical facts for a man named Yasukeaka Kuro-san and Kuro-suke, from Mozambique, who is said to have lived in the 16th century, and the players are absolutely not happy with this choice.

On social networks, some did not hesitate to express their anger by openly proclaiming that Assassin’s Creed is dead…

In any case, certain comments had absolutely no reason for being made and were not just simple dissatisfaction…