Recently teased in Ubisoft's Section 2 apparently confirms the following Assassin's Faith, set to release 2020 and code name Assassin's Creed Kingdom, the Vikings will be shown. And for that, it seems that God of war director Cory Barlog may want to get Kratos on action, due to two Norse-based games.
It is worth highlighting the serious difference between the two titles before we move forward. God of war is set in a mythological background that holds a Nordic belief, but the game itself does not contain Viking, nor is it set in the Viking variety. Assuming he misses the information Assassin's Creed Kingdom so far, we can expect our new protagonists to be the Viking heritage and placed at this time around 1000 BC, hundreds of years later. Assassin's Creed Odyssey.
Although these games have serious differences, if it is difficult to explain, the crossover would not be a thematic issue outside. For example, this could be something as simple as seeing the Kratos displayed together with other Nordic gods or as complex as receiving some God of war– speed Assassin's Creed Kingdom (though if anything is achieved, it will probably only be available to PS4 players).
Of course, because Barlog's statement is in the language, that could mean nothing, but tweets have happened before Twitter. That move would then have precedent Assassin's Creed Kingdom, and that's worth mentioning God of war would not be the first crossover franchise in Assassin's Faith story, like Assassin's Creed Origins has a specific task referring to Final Fantasy 15.
And … I smell the crossover?
– Cory Barlog BA #BAFTAGames (@corybarlog) April 6, 2019
Considering God of war was one of the top 10 games in 2018, and the crossover would probably have greeted fans, even if only briefly enjoyed more Kratos or Atreus content before the next game in the series.
Assassin's Creed Kingdom It is rumored to be developing for undefined platforms.