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In the spirit of graphic novels Assassin's Creed: The Fall and Assassin's Creed: The Chain comes a new installment, Assassin's Creed: Brahman. The book, which is set to launch this fall, takes place in 18th century India, under the rule of imperial Britain.
The team of Brenden Fletcher (Wednesday Comics), Cameron Stewart (Batman & Robin), and Karl Kerschl (Superman and the Flash) have come together to bring new assassin Arbaaz Mir to life. We have sample pages in the gallery below.
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The interesting enviorments in India would be interesting
Awesome. India has so much culture to explore. This is exactly the answer to doing an Assassin's Creed in China: do it in the 18th-19th century under Western rule. Tie it in with British/other European Templars and you have a core Assassin story AND you have a diverse, rich culture to explore. Too bad this wasn't what AC IV was, as much as I'm still looking forward to Ed Kenway's pirate mayhem. AC IV probably should've just been a new series.
I really like this idea! I'll have to find this book!
Anyone else notice Abstergo came out with a new animus?
I think this would be a great idea for the next Assassin's Creed game.