Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey: Discovery Above All [VIDEO]

The new game from Patrice Désilets (Assassin’s Creed creator!) is slowly, but surely being developed at Panache Digital Games.

The developers are preparing no less than three trailers to introduce us the essential survival skills, as well as the most dangerous creatures – don’t forget, the story of Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey starts in Neogene Africa, ten million years ago, at the beginning of the human evolution!

This is why Désilets’ new project is exciting, even if he has announced it a long time ago (back in 2015…), but it got a more serious reveal during last year’s The Game Awards. During the next weeks, we will get the other two videos as well, and we’ll get to them once they are published – the game, which will be published by Take-Two’s Private Division label, doesn’t look like a dumb idea! (Private Division will also be publishing the now Microsoft-owned Obsidian’s The Outer Worlds as well.)

Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey will launch later in 2019 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Regarding PC, we have to quickly add that going by the trailer – which has no Steam logo… -, it’s likely that this game will also be exclusive to the Epic Games Store, which isn’t surprising after The Outer Worlds (although it’s also going to launch on Microsoft Store due to Microsoft’s involvement). Epic’s expansion thus continues…

Source: Gamergen

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