Assassin's Creed Golden Age Leaked?

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Another Assassin's Creed game may have been leaked. Last year, Victory was accidentally made public knowledge. This time, a recruitment brochure from Ubisoft had the logo for Assassin's Creed Golden Age set discreetly in the corner of one photo.

As of now, the brochure is still online. You can look at it here.

This could be, however, a reference to Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, as the game takes place in the Golden Age of Piracy.

In addition, there is a photo of pirate ships next to the title, which may mean that it's a reference to the 2013 installment of the series, according to VG247.

Assassin's Creed had two games launch in 2014: Assassin's Creed Unity and Assassin's Creed Rogue. They were narratively joined.

In Rogue, you go to France to kill the protagonist of Unity's father. The reception for Unity was disappointing for a series that usually receives high marks.

"But is it the next-gen Assassin's Creed game we've all been waiting for? Not quite," Gamespot stated in its review of the game.

"It's very good, maybe even great in places, but the story's smaller focus has come at the expense of its exquisitely rendered backdrop. The grandness and spectacle that so often graces the finest Assassin's Creeds is sadly sorely lacking here."

For more about Assassin's Creed, visit the series' official website here.