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Watch Dogs Legion®

Set in a darkly dystopian London just a few years from now, the game and the prequel novel, Day Zero, reveal how the sinister forces vying to control the nation are opposed by a secretive band of hackers and activists known as DedSec. The novel follows one would-be hacker as he witnesses a savage murder and is then drawn ever deeper a conspiracy that threatens the entire city. Authentically steeped in London culture and crammed full with fast-paced action, the novel acts as a direct prequel to the events of Watch Dogs: Legion.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla®

The latest instalment of the world-famous Assassin’s Creed® game line brings the focus to the Viking era. Discover the epic tale of Geirmund Hel-Hide, a man determined to prove his worth as a Viking and a warrior in Geirmund’s Saga. A perilous journey across the sea brings him into contact with a being out of myth and grants him a mysterious ring that promises both great power and bitter betrayal.

Assassin’s Creed®  Chronicles: China

China, 1526. The Ming dynasty begins to crumble. Shao Jun, the last remaining Assassin of the Chinese Brotherhood, returns to her homeland with a vendetta. Newly trained by the legendary Ezio Auditore, she is hell-bent to exact vengeance and restore her fallen brotherhood.

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Interviews and Articles

“It’s the story of an ordinary person put into extraordinary circumstances’ says Thomas. ‘Maira Kanhai is not a classical action hero, but she finds herself with lives depending on her. She has to rise to the occasion. In the process, she has to also start to learn to forgive herself for the times when she’s come up short. Plus, there’s some super spy tech, weapons of mass destruction, and a bear.”
The Book Network

“Recruited picks up after The Division 2 in the timeline. Order is being restored to Washington, DC, but that doesn’t mean a return to normal is possible.” – Thomas Parrott
Paul Semel

““Though the green poison has decimated the population there are still 33 million Americans who need food, water, shelter, heat and a way to pass the time.” 33 million, I said to myself. The population of the United States in 2015 (when the book is set) was 320 million. That means 287 million dead. Think of 10 people you know. 9 of them are dead. That’s a catastrophe beyond reckoning. It makes the Black Plague look like it wasn’t even trying.”
Sci-Fi and Fantasy Reviewer

“Not only does James expertly weave Splinter Cell lore into the heart of the novel, he also makes numerous nods to other Tom Clancy properties that a canny reader will delight in discovering. All the while, this story provides a wonderful entry for new readers interested in the Splinter Cell universe and wondering where to start. And that bit with Andriy Kobin? You’ll absolutely love, I guarantee.”
Ubisoft News

“The era-hopping is one of the things I love about Assassin’s Creed. I’ve always been fascinated by history, the stories of cause and effect that we tell ourselves to create our identities, and I’m a sucker for secret histories, especially.”
Track of Words, Interview with Matthew J Kirby, author of Geirmund’s Saga

“Near-future, day-after-tomorrow science fiction like this can ring the warning bell for the real world alongside telling a pacy adventure story.”
Track of Words, Interview with the authors of Day Zero, James Swallow and Josh Reynolds

World News
Ubisoft - Day Zero, the Watch Dogs Legion Prequel Novel Aconyte Books & Ubisoft® Collaborate to Publish Watch Dogs: Legion: Day Zero September 25, 2020         Asmodee Entertainment is delighted to announce that Aconyte, the new fiction imprint of global games group Asmodee, will be publishing DAY ZERO, the prequel novel to the upcoming Watch Dogs: Legion® game from Ubisoft®. Set in a darkly dystopian London just a few years from now,… Read more.


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