The Assassin’s Creed Movie Is Mostly Set In The Present…

Did they not learn from the games?

The Assassin’s Creed movie’s executive producer Pat Crowley has revealed the amount of time we will spend between the time periods of the film.

Speaking to IGN he revealed that the movie would be set 65% in the present day and 35% in 15th Century Spain.

Aguilar (Michael Fassbender) and Maria (Ariane Labed)

Aguilar (Michael Fassbender) and Maria (Ariane Labed)

I’m not really sure how to feel about this, on the one hand the story of Abstergo and the Animus tech is pretty interesting but on the other I want to see lots of Assassin vs Templar fights in a period setting.

Let us know your thoughts on this decision in the comments below!

Assassins Creed hits cinemas on December 21st, 2016.


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