Ends until Tuesday Assassin’s Creed The game was originally intended to have a completely different ending, according to interviews with staff members working on the titles and conducted by a Dr. student.
In an article written by Lars de Wildt, who studies conspiracy theories, religion, and other beliefs in digital media culture, the original Assassin’s Creed 3 epilogue will feature Desmond and Lucy leaving Earth on a spaceship – the plan is to continue the human race elsewhere after the apocalypse in 2012. Just like modern day Adam and Eve.
Instead, things turned out differently. Lucy died in Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, and in Assassin’s Creed 3, Desmond sacrificed herself to protect the planet from a solar flare that could cause the Second Catastrophe.
According to de Wildt’s newspaper (thanks, Eurogamer), the original plans for the trilogy’s epilogue were pieced together based on interviews with Patrice Desilets, creator of Assassin’s Creed, and creative director of Assassin’s Creed 3, Alex Hutchinson.
“In short, the third game will end with conflict resolution in this day and age, with Desmond Miles taking down Abstergo using the combined knowledge and skills of all of the crew. his predecessors, including AC1’s Altair and AC2’s Ezio,” de Wildt wrote in a footnote.
“Also, it’s the end of the world in 2012, Desmond Miles and Lucy are starting a new civilization somewhere else – as Adam and Eve.”
The Desilets series creator told de Wildt: “That’s why she’s called Lucy, after Australopithecus afarensis.” About where Desmond and Lucy are headed? “Boom! It’s a monstrous spaceship!” Desilets replied.
Assassin’s Creed 3 stars Connor Kenway, also known as Ratohnhake:ton, as an assassin during the Revolutionary War. While the modern part of the story still focuses on Desmond, the series continues after his story has ended. The next entry in the series, Black Flag, personally starred as the pirate Edward Kenway, the grandfather of Ratohnhake:ton.
The game is followed by Assassin’s Creed: Rogue, which takes place between Black Flag and AC3. Set during the French and Indian Wars from 1752 to 1760, the film follows Shay Patrick Cormac, an Assassin turned Irish-American who hunts down former members of his Order of the Brothers. Assassin’s Creed: Unity, related to Rogue and released on the same day, is the successor to Black Flag and is set in Paris during the French Revolution. It stars Arno Dorian and his efforts to expose the true power behind the Revolution while seeking revenge for the murder of his father, perpetrated by Rogue’s Cormac.
Next up is Syndicate, set during London’s Second Industrial Revolution. It follows the Assassin twins, Jacob and Evie Frye. The sequel goes back to Egypt 49–43 BC. Play as Bayek, the game that explores the origins of the conflict between the forerunner of the Assassin Brotherhood and the forerunner of the Templar Order. The game next switches to 431-422 BC, where you play as a mercenary during the Peloponnesian War between Athens and Sparta. Modern segments star Layla Hassan, whose plot begins in Origins. And finally, this brings us to the current Assassin’s Creed game, Valhalla. Set between AD 872–878, the game focuses on the Vikings’ invasion of the British Isles, while the bandit Eivor you join joins the longstanding struggle between the Brotherhood and the Templars. The modern day story once again focuses on Layla Hassan, who is reliving Eivor’s memories to try to find a way to save the Earth from destruction.
So you see, if the series ended with Desmond and Lucy leaving Earth on a human propaganda tour, we would never have had 12 games in the series, let alone all of them. side stories. Well, maybe we will, if the developers decide to tell more stories in the series, but it will have things ruined if the ending of the main trilogy is known.
https://www.vg247.com/original-assassins-creed-trilogy-would-have-ended-with-desmond-and-lucy-leaving-on-spaceship The original Assassin’s Creed trilogy will end with Desmond and Lucy leaving on a spaceship