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Actors Ariane Labed, Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard pose during a photocall to promote the film "Assassin's Creed" in Paris, France, December 5, 2016. Reuters /Benoit Tessier

The "Assassin's Creed" franchise is eyeing yet another expansion project. Ubisoft has revealed that it is currently working on a new TV series based on the popular game.

Following last year's live-action film adaptation, the video game series will head to the small screen. "Assassin's Creed" head of content Aymar Azaizia revealed that a TV series is on the way during a Reddit AMA. Azaizia didn't give much specifics but he assured fans the project would be undertaken carefully. "It's like the movie guys, we will take our time to get sure we deliver something we can be proud of," he said.

Gamezone noted that Ubisoft's decision to take its time may be stemming from a series of recent underwhelming releases like "Assassin's Creed: Unity" and "Assassin's Creed: Syndicate." Moreover, the "The Assassin's Creed" movie led by Michael Fassbender also received a lukewarm reception.

This new statement is in sync with what Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot confirmed last year. Per IGN, Guillemot revealed that the firm is already in talks to make a TV series with Netflix. It's possible that this new project mentioned by Azaizia is one in the same.

From the tone that Ubisoft is taking, it's likely the TV project won't be hitting the airwaves anytime soon. However, there are a lot of questions circulating. For example, where will the series air? Could it head to airwaves or will it be through a streaming platform like Netflix? Likewise, it would be very interesting to know if the show will be connected to Fassbender's recently released film.

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In addition to the Creed TV show, there has been speculation that an "Assassin's Creed" sequel may be in the works. According to an earlier report GameSpot, sources have revealed that there will be "at least one additional 'Assassin's Creed' movie." Michael K. Williams's character is expected to have a co-starring role with Fassbender.

Likewise, Fassbender has already teased the possibility of more Creed films. In an interview with CinemaBlend, the 39-year-old actor revealed the film was an origin story of sorts. Adding that a trilogy is in the works, he said: "We have an idea of where he's going to go over the next two films. We kind of did a three-film arc. We'll wait and see how people respond to this, but for sure, we have an idea of where he's going to go next."

Unfortunately, these are questions and reports will likely not be answered anytime soon. With not much to go on, fans will have to wait for more news.