Assassin’s Creed’s Next Game Officially Announced Following Leak

    Assassin's Creed's Next Game Officially Announced Following Leak

    The following mainstream game in the series, Assassin’s Creed Mirage, has been confirmed.

    There have been several rumours and leaks claiming that Ubisoft was trying to expand a future DLC for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla into a complete if the more compact game in order to fill out a lean release schedule.

    The game will be based on the Valhalla character Basim and be set in Baghdad in the ninth century, with themes from the famous “Forty Thieves” story. However, it is said to tone down the RPG components of more recent instalments and place a greater emphasis on stealth, much like the series’ earlier instalments.

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    The upcoming Assassin’s Creed game is called Mirage.

    Through a tweet, Ubisoft has acknowledged the game’s existence as well as its location and protagonist. The business adds that further details will be revealed properly during its Ubisoft Forward show on September 10 at 12 p.m. Pacific Time (PT), or 8 p.m. UK Time.

    We should most likely get a lot of information and a release date during this expo, if the spring 2023 rumours are accurate.

    According to leaks and rumours, Ubisoft is also developing Assassin’s Creed Infinity, a live-service game with an online component that the company envisions as the franchise’s future.

    With games like Beyond Good & Evil 2, Skull and Bones, and a remake of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time announced years ago but still not published, the publisher has been having trouble in recent years.

    Numerous claims of sexual harassment and sexual misconduct against the business have been made by former workers, prompting Ubisoft to publicly commit to investigate its workplace culture by the middle of 2020.

    But according to further investigations, the corporation hasn’t done anything to fix its problems since those first revelations.

    A spokeswoman for Ubisoft responded to those specific claims by saying the company was looking into them but “didn’t have a statement to offer” at the time.