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Is it wishful thinking to say that the image above is full of signs pointing towards the return of a popular Ubisoft series? Whatever the answer, everybody who has seen it has their own opinion on what it means for the Ubisoft Conference on Monday, from which this and two other pictures have been leaked.
Some say that it's a new entry in the Splinter Cell series, claiming the gritty lighting and bald protagonist recall Metal Gear's main rival. Others, probably more accurately in my opinion, have seen the bow and arrow, as well as a possible middle-eastern look to the design and decided it could be a new Prince of Persia game, possibly even a sequel finally picking up after the cliff hanger at the end of 2008's Prince of Persia Reboot. With that said, that last one could easily mean a new Assassin's Creed spin-off as well.
The second image, showing the tagline "Judgment is Coming," makes things a little bit harder to interpret, making some think that perhaps it's a brand new IP. We'll probably know for certain over the next couple of days and, personally, I'm intrigued.
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