Ubisoft’s Ubisoft Forward event on Saturday went down without a hitch, with the studio revealing a slew of new Assassin’s Creed projects as planned. In addition to the Assassin’s Creed Mirage, the studio surprised everyone by announcing two other products, one of which is a mobile game set in China.
In addition, Ubisoft will be providing a game with a Japanese setting. A live-action Netflix series based on the game is also in the works and set to premiere at a later date. Also, next week will bring more information about the Assassin’s Creed: Mirage game that was just unveiled.
Assassin’s Creed Mirage Trailer, Key Game Elements
Let’s begin with the most anticipated, Assassin’s Creed Mirage, which may not be too far off from arriving on your desktops. The 2023 release date and Baghdad location are both parts of the game’s blueprint. Ubisoft has provided us with a cinematic clip that hints at the game’s tone and style.
The trailer assures us that we will be getting the stealth and parkour we’ve been waiting for and returning to the game’s roots. Basim, a male protagonist, will explore the streets of Baghdad. The trailer also hints at the presence of a female protagonist, which may be an interesting twist. The game’s world will exist 20 years before that of Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla.
Assassin’s Creed Mirage Valhalla to Get Its Last DLC
Ubisoft has shown off a large portion of a new game, but what about the already released Valhalla? In any case, the development team has revealed that “The Last Chapter” will be the game’s final downloadable content update.
New AC Mobile Game Set in China, Netflix Game
Additionally, Ubisoft has announced a China-based mobile game is in the works for release soon. Jade, the internal codename for Assassin’s Creed, will feature character creation options. Additionally, there is a Japanese-themed game being developed under the Assassin’s Creed Red codename.
Also in development is an Assassin’s Creed game for the Netflix system. However, at this time there are no specifics available.
Brand-New Live-Action Series Starring AC Debuts on Netflix
Fans of both popcorn and air conditioning will be pleased to hear that Netflix has something for each of them. Ubisoft has declared the production of an Assassin’s Creed TV series. Since production just started, you may have to wait a while before you can see it online.