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Assassin's Creed Valhalla Writer Wants Game Set In Brazil

Alain Mercieca says he wants to do something around the tapestry culture in South America, more specifically in Brazil

Monday, 12 April 2021

/ by Ella Rose
Alain Mercieca, the writer responsible for the story of Assassin's Creed Valhalla , wants a game of the franchise set in Brazil. This gives us a little hope, as other stories seemed like priorities for Ubisoft - like feudal Japan, for example.

Mercieca revealed his intention in a recent interview with The Gamer. At first, he says he would be interested in producing a game with the tapestry culture related to South America. Soon after, he revealed to think a lot about Brazil for this endeavor.
On a larger scale, I feel that there is a rich tapestry culture in South America that the brand has yet to fully explore.

From the Incas to the Spanish conquistadors, it is a very fascinating time. Although the Black Flag played in part of that, I am feeling the region of Brazil more.

It is worth noting: this is not a confirmation that the next game in the Assassin's Creed franchise will be set in Brazil - nor in South America. However, it is interesting to be on top of the writer's wishes, to know what direction the series may take in the future.

Brazil has a vast culture for the series to explore. Citing some themes as examples, we have the Inconfidência Mineira, the Farroupilha Revolution, the Cangaço and even a game in the best “Django Livre” style, which could address the struggle of quilombola leader Zumbi dos Palmares for the abolition of slavery in the Colonial Period. Anyway, there are many stories that deserve to be told.

Which of these scenarios do you find interesting if Ubi really chooses Brazil as the stage for the next Assassin's Creed? Comment in the section below!

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