Assassins Creed is one of the greatest game franchises out there, so it is nothing unexpected to perceive how wide its points of view have become. From film to books, it appears to be the Ubisoft series can’t be halted, and that sounds valid for his year.

Indeed, even with no mainline games set for 2021, the franchise will live on with a few new tasks, and one of them is the spin-off of Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag. The update came from Aymar Azaïzia, Ubisoft’s head of substance where Assassin’s Creed is concerned. The executive talked with Eurogamer about the establishment’s future in the no so distant past, and it was there a little insight regarding Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag came out.

It appears to be a webtoon is being made for the title, and it will follow Edward Kenway on a new adventure.

“That prompts other excessively intriguing undertakings like the webtoon we’re right now creating, vitalizing in Korea it would have been a task like that where we re-used a character. And afterward, we had a discussion about Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag and possible books or DLCs we never used or took advantage of where we could see Edward heading off to someplace else perhaps not remaining in similar oceans, perhaps going East,” Azaïzia shared.

Plainly, Edward will go spots he’s never been with this South Korean manhwa.