Assassin's Creed Ragnarok images leaked yesterday were fake
The matter did not seem true from the beginning, but this morning it has been shown that the game was a fraud.
Yesterday some media echoed a rumor about an alleged Assassin's Creed Ragnarok which was shown in a handful of so-called new images. The tradition of Ubisoft Suffering leaks of this type made some rush to validate it, but the information did not come from any reliable source (far from it) and, furthermore, the images were extremely poor even for a prototype. Everything indicated that it was going to be a cheated.
There was no shortage of the first comments in the Resetera thread seeing similarities with a Vikings expansion of Mount and Blade, nor were some who found suspicious similarities with a series of Unity demos. Finally the falsification of images, and it has been verified that they are works to adapt the textures of some engine scenarios (which can be purchased without problems in the engine shop) as shown by the images that you can see accompanying the news.
The demonstration that it is a fraud It has only taken a few hours to come to light, and the administrators of Resetera, from which supposed information on the title had also emerged (initially through the 4Chan forums), have already closed the thread and publicly declared its status as "Fake ".
Logically it has been shown that the images of this assumption Assassin's Creed Ragnarok they are false does not necessarily mean that the next game in the Assassin's Creed saga cannot end up being Vikings. In fact, about a month ago we told you (through much more reliable sources) that the Assassin's Creed of 2020 may have a Viking setting.