Assassin’s Creed: Western Origins Concept Art Created by Artist.
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag hasn’t been officially announced yet, but there are plenty of theories floating around regarding where and what the game will focus on next. The next Assassin’s Creed game may be set in Baghdad, according to some fans. However, at least one fan has proposed an Old West setting for a future game, complete with a unique weapon. When it comes to games like Assassin’s Creed, the concealed blade is one of the most well-known weapons, as it can be popped out of the character’s sleeves whenever it’s needed. As a fan, this person thinks that the trusty blade could be updated and changed to fit the environment of the Old West, while still being both stealthy and accessible for the user in a pinch.
When the game was first released, it had an entirely different ending.
DeadStormPirate, a Reddit member, shared concept art for a new hidden blade in an Assassin’s Creed game set in the Old West. “Spur blade” was the name given to this weapon, which would be kept in a cowboy boot strap. If the weapon appears in an Assassin’s Creed game, it will be stored with the blade retracted inside the hilt so that it may fit on the character’s boot. When the Assassin drew the blade out of its sheath and wanted to utilise it, the blade may be lengthened. A future Assassin’s Creed game could use this weapon, according to the report. There is a mechanism that activates when the legs are squeezed tightly together; when calves are flexed correctly, it expands the blade and may be wielded. The assassin may potentially wield the sword if he could jump down on his target. A roundhouse kick or riding a horse with the weapon hanging down the side of the saddle might both be effective uses for the weapon. Even though the success of Assassin’s Creed led to similar design concepts in the past, this particular post was one of the most extensive and in-depth proposals to be presented in a while. Several additional commenters said they appreciated the concept, particularly the ability to attack someone on horseback or if they were huddled in or behind shrubbery or other cover. It may be some time before we find out if Ubisoft will use the suggested weapon in a next Assassin’s Creed game.