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Michael Fassbender Modern Version in Assassin's Creed

The latest film adaptation of the popular video game Ubisoft, Assassin’s Creed would be a harbinger of film satisfaction from a famous new game (such as Angry Bird Five Nights At Freddy Minecraft) and the game series will take a long time before release. Right now, all eyes are on the film Assassin’s Creed which is proving that video game movies can also be a critical and profitable genre.

Although until now there has not been a single trailer released for this film. New Regency and Ubisoft provided an image showing plans for a sequel to Assassin’s Creedwhich will be starring again Michael Fassbender. Assassin’s Creed introduces Fassbender as Callum Lynch, a modern character who explores the life of his ancestor, Aguilar de Nerha in 15th century Spain through time travel with a technology called “The Animus”, a different story from the game.

After showing a handful of pictures of Fassbender as Callum Lynch in the present and Aguilar de Nerha in the past. Now Ubiblog gives this star a new look for the modern age. Have a look below:

michael-fassbender-modern-DAFThis image shows Lycnh imprisoned, but this time we see a sketch of one of the characters from a series of mysterious drawings, which resemble characters from the past. This could be the film’s way of describing the game’s “Bleeding Effect,” where subjects are exposed to long-term use of the Animus and discover the memories of their ancestors within themselves.

The game series centers around the centuries-old secret war between the Assassins and the Templars – with the final faction controlling the industrial Abstergo and the technological Animus. The plot is still unknown, it is likely that Abstergo recruited – or was recruited at the start of the film – Lycnh to use the Animus and become Aguilar. The lycnh image may be undergoing side effects until we meet him.

It’s also possible that Lycnh knew Aguilar’s memories before he used the Animus. We’ll find out the secret on July 25, both the long-awaited trailer and the introduction of some of the other cast with the latest costumes, such as Brenda Gleeson (In the Heart of the Sea), Michael Kenneth Williams (Empire Boardwalk) and Ariane Labed (The Lobster).

Assassin’s Creed will hit US theaters on December 21, 2022.