Starfield will be shown at the E3 presentation of Xbox and Bethesda, and the next Assassin’s Creed game is bigger than Valhalla ›FFA.hr Gaming Portal

Jason Schreier is a respected author and journalist who mostly writes about video games and news in gaming the world. He published a book called Blood, Sweat and Pixels, and is currently in the process of writing the next book. In addition to all that, he manages to be one of the leaders in the famous Triple Click podcast which is very important for this article. Me gamers we know him first and foremost as a man who has information before everyone else and that information is accurate.

So it is this week during their podcast called Prepare For A Weird E3 stated several ‘bombastic’ news. The first thing he said was that he would Starfield be shown during Xbox and Bethesda’s presentation, as well as its exact release date (late in 2022). He also said that the new game by Eidos Montreal studio will be shown at the Square Enix presentation, and that is Guardians of the Galaxy. Following the example of the Avengers and Outriders, he immediately announced that the Guardians of the Galaxy would not be live service game.

As for Ubisoft, he stated that the next Assassin’s Creed game will be much bigger than Valhalla. Ubisoft Sofia is reportedly working on a new DLC for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla which coincides with rumors we wrote about recently. Far Cry 6 will bring radical changes to the franchise itself, and its concept will change terribly further. Skull and Bones is currently planned for late 2022 or even 2023. Beyond Good and Evil 2 is still in a very early stage of development, and at the end he mentioned the surprising Ubisoft game that will be shown during Ubisoft Forward, but it is received a ban and must not say anything about it.

What do you say to these ‘rumors’? Do you trust Jason? You can watch the entire podcast here.

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