Ubisoft’s experiments in RPGs have led to a “small-scoped” game generally known as Orpheus, in response to rumours. The mission’s artwork type is claimed to be akin to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
The unannounced game was first talked about throughout a Kotaku Splitscreen podcast through which information editor Jason Schreier shared rumours he’d heard forward of Ubisoft’s E3 conference on Monday.
Apologies, of us, I misspoke on this week’s Splitscreen E3 extravaganza – the rumored Orpheus mission I discussed is a small-scoped RPG, not an action-adventure. The Breath of the Wild comparability is artwork type, not gameplay!
— Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) June 6, 2019
Ubisoft has been pushing in direction of RPGs for a short while – most notably with Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, which took clear inspiration from The Witcher 3. But that game exists on an enormous scale, so it seems like Orpheus might be one thing fairly completely different.
In historical Greek delusion, Orpheus was a legendary artist who travelled with the Argonauts and, in his most well-known story, tried to save lots of his spouse Eurydice from the underworld. Codenames usually don’t actually replicate the contents of their initiatives, however maybe there’s some thematic clue within the identify.
Rainbow Six Quarantine can also be rumoured for reveal at E3 – a co-op area spin-off from Siege.