If you’ve never heard of the ACSisterhood, then you’ve probably not been following the Assassin’s Creed community on Twitter. This community has emerged after the slew of stories and allegations from within Ubisoft started to gain traction. As it turns out, there has been a very poor culture within the company thanks to a number of individuals, and many of the actions that have caused people to leave the company have unfortunately been disgusting actions against women. As a result, the ACSisterhood looks to unite the entire Assassin’s Creed community in support of everything that works against that kind of behaviour, and of course, to highlight the awesome female Assassins out there. Now though, the community is going to be part of the next game.
This collaboration between our community and development team brings a momentous community effort into our game. So grateful to all those who made this possible! pic.twitter.com/UibnFUwev5
— Assassin's Creed (@assassinscreed) September 28, 2020
As you can see, the official Assassin’s Creed Twitter account has announced that the ACSisterhood logo will be available as a tattoo in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Tattoos will be something you can customise Eivor with, and the community has gone wild as a result. However, it’s not as easy as picking it up from a digital storefront. No, this is a tattoo you need to find. It’s found under one of the three major cities in England, which is a pretty wide area to search, but I think the community will be able to find it pretty swiftly.
Some people think that the tattoo will be located in Nottingham, which is where the founder of the ACSisterhood lives. This would be pretty likely, but I also wonder if the tattoo will fit in with some lore about a powerful female character in the history of England. I think that this would fit in with the game and universe more, but I’ll be happy just to find it.
This is a great start from Ubisoft as a company towards repairing their public image. I hope no one forgets the things that have happened under their watch though, so that they’re constantly trying to appease more people by being overly cautious. That’s the only thing that will keep them from slipping back into not watching everyone like a hawk.