Multiple Assassin’s Creed game announcements to be made at Ubisoft’s Forward: Report

Multiple Assassin’s Creed Game Announcements to Be Made at Ubisoft Forward: Report

Several new Assassin’s Creed games will reportedly be showcased at the Ubisoft Forward event later this week. According to Bloomberg, the publisher will reveal “a pinnacle in the future of the franchise,” which includes a mobile game, a title set during witch trials, and the previously leaked Project Red set in feudal Japan. The studio had confirmed Assassin’s Creed Mirage as a major attraction for the Ubisoft Forward live stream, which is scheduled for September 11 at 12:30 in India / September 10 at 12:30 PT in the US. The presentation will be broadcast on Ubisoft’s official Twitch and YouTube channels.

Ubisoft Forward There will be a host of news stories for a variety of upcoming titles from the publisher, with a closing segment dedicated to the Assassin’s Creed showcase, which also celebrates the franchise’s 15-anniversary this month. reports There are now indications that Ubisoft is planning to show three Assassin’s Creed titles in addition to Mirage and Assassin’s Creed Infinity, described as the company’s live service platform for future entries.

Bloomberg noted that the long-rumored Project Red (codenamed) — developed by Ubisoft’s Quebec City, Canada office — will be part of the presentation. According to people familiar with the development, the title is set in feudal Japan, with claims that it will take a similar RPG format approach, as seen with modern Assassin’s Creed games like Odyssey and Valhalla.

The second mainline entry is internally being called Project Neo/Hex, and its plot will be based around the later stages of the Holy Roman Empire and the witch trials of the 16th century. The title is being developed by Ubisoft’s Montreal, Canada office and is described “The darkest Assassin’s Creed game ever.” Project Red and Neo are both part of Assassin’s Creed Infinity, an online platform that includes biomes and gameplay experiences for future entries. Both titles likely won’t launch until 2024, with more details coming out in time. Ubisoft also has an Assassin’s Creed mobile game for us, which will be set in China — codenamed “Project Z.”

On Sunday, Ubisoft plans to reveal more of Assassin’s Creed Mirage, which was officially announced last week, following widespread rumours. The game, reportedly set in Baghdad, will take a back-to-basics approach, moving away from the role-playing game elements established in recent entries. AC Miraj a. is the result of planned expansion Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, which later turned into a standalone entry, to fill the gap in Ubisoft’s launch schedule for the fiscal year.

Reports suggest that Assassin’s Creed Mirage is eyeing a spring 2023 release, and is set between 870-860 during the chaos in Samara. The game is expected to feature a new string dagger weapon and the return of Eagle Vision, which enables enhanced senses to track down enemies.

Assassin’s Creed Mirage, along with other unannounced entries, are expected to make a face-off at the Ubisoft Forward event scheduled for September 10/September 11 on major live streaming platforms.


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