The Assassin’s Creed series has always taken place in historically-significant, aesthetically-pleasing locales from Jerusalem, Rome, and now Constantinople. But something has arisen recently from unverified rumors, and that is that the next Assassin’s Creed (whatever the title may be) could take place in Egypt. Pertaining to an exchange of words in AC: Revelations, an undisclosed character speaks of Alexandria, and making it of use to the Assassin Order. Alexandria is considered one of the world’s greatest ancient cities, rife with culture, art, philosophy, and beautiful architecture (it is where two of the seven Ancient Wonders of the World are). The date would likely be before Ezio’s Renaissance time, seeing as the exchange (I must keep the details vague, as not to spoil anything for those that haven’t finished AC: Revelations) takes place in Altair’s time, in the beginning of the millennia. I’m almost certain you’re not here for a history lesson, but give Alexandria a Google search some time, because it’s truly one of mankind’s greatest ancient marvels, and even though Ubisoft has given no official word on this rumor as-of-yet, a new AC game being in this incredible city seems like a very, very solid idea.