Ubisoft Brazil director floats the idea of the next Assassin's Creed game being set in South America

The next instalment in the Assassin's Creed series could be set in Brazil, according to an interview Brazilian website TechTudo did with Ubisoft Brazil's director Chaverot Bertrand.

In the interview (translated by Google), Chaverot tells TechTudo that Ubisoft has already begun researching for an episode of the franchise set in Brazil, but he was quick to add that the company is only considering the possibilities at this point in time and nothing has been decided.

"The development team already has several ideas on how to build a scenario based on a particular moment in the history of Brazil, and that fits perfectly in the millennial plot between Templars and Assassins, but so far nothing is decided," he said in the translate interview.

The Assassin's Creed series has had an annual release since 2009. An instalment for 2013 has not been announced yet.

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