Assassin’s Creed Shadows’ Map May Have Been Discovered Already

Assassin’s Creed Shadows fans have been trying to determine the location in Japan where the game will take place. They have analyzed hints from Ubisoft’s official Twitter account and may have identified the game’s map.

Using clues from numbers and a graph, a rough shape was uncovered, which when overlapped with modern-day Japan, suggests that the game could be set in the Kyoto region and nearby areas. The game, Assassin’s Creed Shadows, has been revealed, and more information surrounding the game is now available online to explore before its launch.

However, the exact setting of the game in Japan is still unknown. From what is known, the game’s map will be similar in size to the one in Assassin’s Creed Origins.

Fans believe that they have narrowed down the area in Japan where the game will take place as they anticipate playing as Naoe and Yasuke. The header image for the Assassin’s Creed website also revealed more information related to the teaser.

A string of numbers in the image, when plotted as points on a graph, hinted at a portion of Japan. This suggested that the game’s map might cover only a small part of Japan, specifically the Kyoto region and its surrounding provinces.

While none of these details have been officially confirmed, it is uncertain whether Ubisoft will deviate from portraying condensed versions of entire countries, as seen in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and Valhalla. It’s also possible that the game could feature multiple smaller maps.

Nevertheless, it will be interesting to see if fans have correctly guessed the location when the game is released later this year.

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