In what would be one of the most fashionable unveilings, Ubisoft have potentially introduced us to the playable character in the next Assassin's Creed by way of a t-shirt.
The image came from a post on NeoGAF (as reported by Gamesradar). Text at the top-right suggests the character's name is Ba Yek. The inclusion of what appear to be hieroglyphics above the text give credence to the theory the game will be a prequel set in Ancient Egypt.
The character sports a peculiar combination of shield and bow, along with somewhat ragged attire.
A wingspan can clearly be made out in the background, along with the body of what looks like a beetle holding an object of significance.
A Ubisoft employee, Ashraf Ismail, who's directing for an "unannounced project," and previously directed Assassin's Creed: Black Flag, also chimed in with a Tweet:
Nice t-shirt— Ashraf Ismail (@AshrafAIsmail) May 30, 2017
Rumoured to be called Assassin's Creed: Origins, Ubisoft have yet to officially unveil the game. It's quite possible we'll see an announcment at E3 during Ubisoft's press conference on 13th June.