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A common trait Assassin’s Creed groups have is the constant theorizing about future settings, because historical tourism is one of the best parts of the series. Many fans want pretty cliche settings such as the American Civil War and Wild West, World War 2, Ancient Rome, and Feudal Japan. Most of these popular settings will be discussed in my series on commonly suggested settings. The common thread between all settings in this series of posts is that they have not appeared on a Ubisoft poll or survey that can be easily found (China, Japan, Rome), they are not overly requested settings by the fanbase (see wild west and world war 2), and they all are relatively known enough to be marketable to a broad base. In each of these posts, I’ll be discussing map areas, cities, architecture, culture, wars, historical events, historical characters, broad conjecture on how AC could work with this, and any existing lore in this area.
During the 18th century, the Ottoman Empire was reaching its zenith controlling a large amount of land surrounding the Mediterranean and a large amount of the Arabian Peninsula. They were chiefly opposed by Qajar Persia (Iran), Oman, Yemen, and Britain. Yemen was at the time the world’s only coffee export from the city of Mocha. The mid 18th century would see the beginning of a large disturbance in the region. Britain smuggled coffee seeds out of Yemen to begin growing in other countries like India, Iran began pushing to the west to take Basra. Kuwait was on the rise as a large trading hub. Most importantly, Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab formed the Islamic movement and doctrine of Wahhabism and partnered with Prince Muhammad bin Saud of the House of Saud. This was the formation of the first Saudi State known as the Emirate of Diriyah (due to the capital being Diriyah). Over the next 50 years, the Emirate would grow to conquer the majority of the Arabian Peninsula and part of Jordan.
This wildly changed the political landscape. Yemen was the Sultanate of Lahej and became independent of the Ottomans due to the state fracturing from the Arabian invasion. The island of Bahrain in the Persian Gulf was controlled by the House of Khalifa and also controlled Qatar. Qatar, however, was conquered by the House of Saud. The House of Al-Sabah became the Emir of Kuwait and allied themselves with the Ottomans. The Omani were controlled by the House of Al Said and during this period launched several attempted invasions of Qatar and Bahrain, rebuffed by Al-Khalifa with the Wahhabi Saudis.
In 1809, Britain launched an expedition into the Persian Gulf against Al Qawasim that controlled part of what is now the United Arab Emirates due to alleged piracy from Wahhabis. In reality, they wished to destroy the Al Qawasim family’s power and French Influence for easier shipping and trade routes. This would cause the British to enter battle at and sack Ras al-Khaimah in 1809 and several small towns along the coast for a year before sailing east to Java. In 1810, most of the Arabian Peninsula was at war, and with the instability, the Governor of Egypt, Muhammad Ali Pasha would be ordered to invade Arabia.
Internal struggles would delay that order until 1811 when the governor’s son, Ibrahim Pasha would lead the invading force against the House of Saud. The first half of the campaign took place over the next year, pushing from Yanbu down to Medina and then capturing Mecca in 1812. Mecca is a very important holy site in Islam and was a primary goal for the Ottomans. The Sauds continued to resist but Pasha began pushing his way into the Arabian Desert. He had to cross 400 miles to reach the capital of Diriyah, but marched a longer route, destroying fortresses along the way.
During this 6 year march, the new Sultan of Oman pushed back against Wahhabis in Oman and its border, pushing them back into the Empty Quarter (a largely empty portion of southern Suadi Arabia). In the Empty Quarter, however, is the likely location of the Atlantis of the Sands, or as mentioned in the Quran, Iram of the Pillars. Shown in Uncharted 3 as well, Iram was a potentially lost city with large ornate pillars or towers lost beneath the sands. I’m personally a sucker for lost cities and cities buried underground, water, or sand (see Kitezh from tomb raider for example) and would love to be able to explore an underground Arab metropolis accessed through a lone pillar sticking out of the sand. While there’s no isu vault in the region, there are many potential explanations for how the city could survive underground such both realistic and based on isu technology.
The House of Saud also controlled Jordan and the region that the city of Petra is in from 1803 until 1812 when the war forced them to withdraw. Petra was actually far more than just the famous building, and was a large city, creating an artificial oasis that supported over 30,000 people. Due to how dry the desert is, many people, not just the Nabateans of petra created massive underground cisterns, tunnels, and aqueducts to control water throughout the middle east (and even in Europe). Petra was rediscovered by Europeans in 1812 and began being mapped in the 1820s, making for a fantastic potential DLC. Though I’d love to see this city at its prime before being lost to the ages in the 13th century due to Forts being built due to the Crusades. Maybe in an Ac1 remake.
Britain was now pushing back against the regional powers in the Gulf of Iran. They were already cucking Persia by forcing it into various treaties to decide its borders with Russia, while also funding it to go to war with the Ottomans in Iraq. The local Sheikhs of Kuwait used this to help consolidate power. In 1814 the Sheikh Abdullah I Al-Sabah was killed allowing for Jaber I Ah-Sabah to become Sheikh. He assisted the Ottomans in their wars against the Banu Ka’b in northern Arabia and aided in the defense of Basra and Khorramshahr. Basra is a city that has an Isu temple under it, interestingly. The British responded by attempting to make Kuwait a protectorate of Britain, which was violently rebuffed. This sounds like a great AC sequence where the assassins go to fight the Iranians and Banu Ka’b backed by the British and then followed up by fighting the British themselves. Perfect opportunity for an assassination mission too.
During this, Bahrain took back Kuwait and some of the surrounding coastlines of the Emirate of Diriyah. Soon after in 1818, Ibrahim reached Diriyah and besieged it, sacking it, and Abdullah bin Saud, the leader of the house of Saud was executed soon after. The first Saudi State was destroyed leaving behind the Ottoman control throughout Arabia as the tribes and petty kings scattered. Despite this, the royal families were not destroyed, and the majority of these families still rule these countries today, having some turbulence due to wars and re-establishment of dynasties in the coming decades after this. Britain would eventually force Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, the Al Qawasim family, and Oman into submission in 1820 as well with the general maritime Treaty of 1820. While this doesn’t sound like a happy ending, I don’t think our assassin character should side with any individual leader or country. Ultimately every side was mildly tyrannical and overstepped the lines of decency for power. I think situations like AC1 where the assassins are a neutral party taking out arms dealers and corrupt city officials would work best in this instance. The Templars could just use the region for profit off war while using other avenues to advance more sinister plots.
This region also has a ton to offer. Besides the cities mentioned already, there’s the capital of Oman, Muscat, Dubai was just being formed and the Al Fahidi Fort had already been there for a while, and Sanaa was a thriving and beautiful city for the 19th century with townhouses with a fantastic Yemen flair. Many parts of the coastline are very lush, while the inside of the desert can look almost alien, providing a fantastic opportunity for a variety of environments like we saw with origins as well.
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Assassin’s Creed China and Japan are Coming Soon
The discussion around when Assassin’s Creed will go to China and Japan never stops; and rightfully so as both countries' history is so rich with potential. So for everyone who wants a game in China or Japan, I have good news.A game set in China or Japan is definitely coming in the near future.
The biggest piece of evidence for this is these two concept arts:
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If you look at the file names which can be found on John Bigorgne’s art station, you’d find two names:
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This has the exact same naming convention as concept art for “Assassin’s Creed Ragnarok” which became Valhalla (and the concept arts for which were confirmed to be part of Valhalla). John Bigorgne works for Ubi Montreal and has worked on Lineage and Syndicate as a concept artist. It seems very reasonable that he could have made some art of China as well. So now that we can pretty much confirm that this is actual concept art, not fan art like claimed (likely just NDA reasoning), we have to ask:

Are these images Japan or China?
I firmly believe this is China for a number of reasons.
  1. The art style is reminiscent of ink washing used throughout Medieval China, and while the art style was picked up by Japan, as were most things, to many the ink washing becomes very synonymous with Chinese art, so much so that Assassin’s Creed Chronicles China used it as the art style.
  2. The fortress is a Chinese fort, not a Japanese castle. The Yuan, Ming, and Qing dynasties built similar looking massive forts. As you can see in these links, Chinese forts would often have a small building and cover over the gate and small buildings on turrets and towers on the outer walls, with the main keeps and structures well within the walls. The walls for the Chinese forts were often straight or a flat angle. Meanwhile, Japanese Castles would sit directly on the walls, using it to elevate the main castle and had a heavier reliance on curvatures in their base and walls than Chinese forts. You can also see some subtle differences in the way the roofs spread out over open areas.
  3. The Armor appears to be Chinese. Looking at the soldiers on the right and the foreground we can see very clear silhouettes and armor. The helmets are mildly conical and some even have a very small brim over the eyes. This is very reminiscent of armor seen in the Yuan Dynasty and Qing Dynasty. The Mongols during the Yuan Dynasty wore similar armor and even some very narrow brimmed hats that we can see from the soldiers on the right. Japanese Samurai wore very ornate armor called gusoku, and while some were a little subdued, it overall had a very recognizable silhouette that no soldier has. Other big soldiers during the Sengoku Jidai began to be the Ashigaru, which are depicted as carrying rifles and having very long brimmed hats.
  4. Weaponry indicates medieval China. Chinese did use firework cannons, which soldiers on the right may be carrying, but all other weapons seen in the image indicate spears and chinese dao which were popular during the Yuan Dynasty. One of the more well known and popular periods of Feudal Japan was the Edo Period which was marked by the Sengoku Jidai where the three Unifiers unified all of Japan in a 50 year period and the Meiji restoration. By this time the Portuguese had brought firearms to Japan, and over 50% of the population owned guns and many owned swords. Two Katanas were traditionally worn by Samurai on their sides, and are generally more curved than Dao. We do not see any soldier other than the assassins wearing two swords (which are straight, small, and in the wrong location).
  5. Far less important, I feel the trees and mountains look more Chinese. Both could just be artistic style, but the smaller pine tree that curves in strange ways and grows near cliffs are very common in China, which pine trees in Japan from what I’ve seen are largely much straighter. The forest image could be either, but again, based on everything else, I think China is the most likely.
Despite China being the likely setting, I do think Japan would come afterward. As I discuss in this post (which also covers why Yuan China would work well), every game in the series so far shares an environmental asset pool with another game. China and Japan have similar architecture and environments, and could easily use assets from the other with small tweaks.

So when is this happening??
I believe the game in China will come out in 2023. I know it’s a little ways off, but hear me out. Concept art is some of the very first things to start in game development, and this art came out in 2018, meaning it was probably in early development in 2018. The engine Anvil Next 2.0 has been in use since Unity, and with new much more powerful consoles, it would make sense to create a new engine for the games. Unity had a 5-year development cycle to completely make a new engine, while Origins which heavily overhauled the engine had 4 years, (the first 2 of which were working on just the engine and combat systems). So for a large scale overhaul of the series, we’d probably be looking at 4-5 years from 2018. So 2023 fits that bill. That also works well for squeezing in one more game that uses the same assets as Valhalla, such as a game in the Black Plague France as I speculated previously.

So who’ll be working on AC China?
I believe Montreal 2 will be working on AC China. They previously made Ac3 which they made a new engine for, and since AC3 worked on Far Cry 4 and Far Cry 5. Far Cry 6, however, is being worked on by Toronto, which means Montreal 2 has been working on a non-Far Cry game since 2018… Right when those concepts came out… Hmmm.Oh, and YouTuber Fizhy during a 4 Pillars Podcast (about 10 minutes in) reported that there were rumors of a game in Rome, and two sources mentioned there was a game from Ashraf working on Vikings or China. Also, Watch Dogs 3 was coming in 2019. Watch Dogs 3/ Legion was announced for 2019 (but then delayed), Ashraf’s team was working on a Viking game too. So what about Rome and China? Well, other Rumors from other YouTubers said Rome was canceled for feeling too similar to Odyssey. And as for the China game that artwork was seen for, it’s possible that was Montreal Team 2 working on China, while Team 3 was working on Vikings. It was mentioned that the team making the big next-gen game was making a new engine, (Valhalla just has some small rendering upgrades). So we have 3 out of the 5 parts of the rumor completely correct, and then 1 with other sources verifying and saying Rome was canceled. It seems likely to me that Fizhy’s source just got a minor detail wrong, but was probably on the money about China and Vikings.
China and Japan are happening soon, we just need to wait a few more years.
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