Beyond the tweet, information about the title's gameplay mechanics, storyline, and protagonist is scarce.
On top of those sure things, the organizers of the PC Gaming Show promise this year's presentation will feature more unannounced games and new trailers than in any previous year.
The Assassin's Creed series used to be on an annualized release schedule, but Ubisoft took a year off after October 2015's Assassin's Creed Syndicate before launching Assassin's Creed Origins in October 2017.
Almost two months ago, one report suggested that Ubisoft's next entry in the Assassin's Creed has been in development since as early as 2017.
The Assassin's Creed video game franchise is heading to Ancient Greece.
With Assassin's Creed Odyssey now confirmed, it seems that the rumour mill has spun into overdrive, with the latest whispers reckoning that the latest AC game will introduce dialogue options to the formula, which will obviously retain the RPG elements and overhauled combat from Assassin's Creed Origins. Could players be taking on the role of the Spartans in Assassin's Creed Odyssey?
With that in mind, it would be too early for Ubisoft to announce the game at this E3 if the plan is to release it in holiday 2019, so it's hard to say. Will Odyssey be able to sustain the quality of Origins, or will it fall victim to the rushed production timelines that necessitated that year off in the first place?