this Assassin’s Creed machine It’s apparently buzzing at Ubisoft, not one, not two, but three different ones, according to a new report. Assassin’s Creed The games will be announced Saturday along with the already leaked and confirmed mirage.
Assassin’s Creed It is easily Ubisoft’s biggest and most consistently successful franchise. Games have improved a lot since the first one was released in 2007, but the basic concept has remained the same. Each game transports players to a different era and a different part of the world. Ancient Egypt or the French Revolution. In each game, players explore massive worlds while completing quests and killing important, sometimes historical targets as part of a larger, somewhat confusing meta-narrative featuring ancient aliens, evil Templars and rebel-like Assassins.
A new report is out today Bloombergthis confirms an earlier report TryHardGuidesReveals that Ubisoft plans to reveal four different ones Assassin’s Creed during the titles September 10 Ubisoft Forward event.
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According to this Bloomberg’s Publisher Jason Schreier will reveal a new mobile game. Assassin’s Creed franchise and two other “big games”. The first of these great games—As we first reported in July— called code Edand is reportedly an open world game. New reports today also claim that: Ed It was founded in Japan and is developed by Ubisoft Quebec. The other “big” game is set in the “last stages of the Holy Roman Empire” and includes witch trials. This game is codenamed Neo or Hexe and is being developed by Ubisoft Montreal.
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Both of these main titles will reportedly be part of Ubisoft’s larger online platform. Assassin’s Creed Infinity. We first learned about this project last year., and I haven’t heard much about it officially since. According to this Bloomberg, Ed. and Number part of Infinity.
While fans may be excited to finally receive an award Assassin’s Creed In Japan, a region of the world that players have long wanted the series to visit, it looks like you’ll have to wait a little longer as neither game has been reported to be released before 2024. And considering how big these games are and how often and how often delays occur in the video game industry, one of these projects is likely to slip into 2025 or 2026.
Meanwhile, Ubisoft will reveal more details about the recently leaked (and then quickly confirmed). Assassin’s Creed Mirage. This game takes place in Baghdad in the 800s and was reportedly planned as DLC. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla before it became its own project. Bloomberg It reports that it will discard most of the RPG-like mechanics found in the last games in the series and instead focus more on stealth like older entries. Rumor has it that this too will come out early 2023.
with all this Assassin’s Creed action in the pipeline, I think I understand why Chinese conglomerate Tencent decided to invest more in Ubisoft, today confirms that it trashed another $300 million into the publisher.
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