Assassin’s Creed Mirage is officially confirmed as the next mainline game in the series.
There have been many rumors and leaks suggesting that Ubisoft hopes to turn the planned DLC into Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Enter a full, if smaller, game.
The following Valhalla’s As Basim, the game will be set in 9th century Baghdad and draw inspiration from the classic “Forty Thieves” story. However, it’s said to dial back the RPG elements of recent entries and focus more on stealth, similar to earlier entries in the series.
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Ubisoft confirmed the game’s existence, gameplay, and protagonist via a tweet. The company also said it would disclose more information as appropriate during the Ubisoft Forward show on September 10 at 12pm PT (8pm UK time).
If spring 2023 rumours are to be believed, we’ll probably get a lot of details and release dates at the show.
Leaks and rumors say Ubisoft is working on it too Assassin’s Creed Unlimitedan online-centric live service title that it sees as the future of the franchise.
Publishers have struggled in recent years with titles such as Beyond Good and Evil 2, skull and bones and a Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time The remake was announced many years ago, but still hasn’t been released.
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The company has been at the center of numerous allegations from former employees about a toxic work culture rife with sexual harassment and sexual misconduct, leading Ubisoft to publicly make a broad commitment to review the company’s culture in mid-2020.
However, subsequent reports say the company has done little to address its problems since the initial report.
In response to these specific allegations, a Ubisoft spokesperson said the organization was investigating the matter, but “had no comment” at the time.