To celebrate the newly announced release date, Ubisoft has released a new trailer showing off gameplay of assassinations and offering a glimpse into the story.
Set in 16th-century China, the new Jiajang Emperor has purged all he feels could endanger his throne, including the Chinese Brotherhood of Assassins. Shao Jun, a young member, managed to flee West to train under Ezio Auditore, and has now returned to restore the Chinese Brotherhood.
China is the first Chronicle, two further Chronicles will follow. The next one will be set in India during the 19th-century Sikh Empire, and another in Russia after the Red October revolution. Each chronicle will be priced at $10 USD, and those with the Assassin's Creed Unity Season Pass will be able to download ACC: China at no extra cost
Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China will be available in the Americas tomorrow, April 21 and in Europe and Australia on Wednesday, April 22.