Assassin’s Creed Mirage: players are asking for this feature… after a bug

Tom Henry

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assassin's creed mirage still has a nice surprise for you

Recently available, Assassin’s Creed Mirage has captured the hearts of many fans of the saga. And among the game’s surprises, an unexpected bug arouses enthusiasm and inspiration among players.

At Gameblog, we gave Assassin’s Creed Mirage an honorable rating of 7/10 and we must admit that there are quite a few qualities. Many players therefore adopted it and, during their gaming sessions, encountered small problems which, against all expectations, turned out to be real sources of inspiration.

Assassin’s Creed Mirage and the magic bug

Indeed, Assassin’s Creed Mirage, designed as a third-person infiltration game, presents a camera bug which transforms it into an isometric experience reminiscent of titles such as Diablo or certain Prince of Persia opuses. A video posted to Reddit reveals a player roaming rooftops in a semi-isometric perspective. The player comments:

I encountered a camera bug that makes me want to play an isometric AC.

Reddit video link

This unexpected point of view appeals and many people see it as a new way of enjoying the game. Some even talk about their recent experience on Baldur’s Gate 3, emphasizing that this change of perspective not only brings a broader vision of the environment, but also a cinematic touch to the gameplay.

As expected, the video generated a wave of glowing player comments, hoping that this bug would become an official feature. Some feedback illustrates this enthusiasm:

This should be a feature.

This is a really cool bug. We need to petition Ubisoft to get this as a camera mode option.

I love it, I hope there is a way to mod it on PC.

Faced with this enthusiasm, we wonder if Ubisoft will take this feedback into account for future updates or opuses. From our point of view, there is clearly something to be exploited at this level. We could easily imagine a unique episode in the style of an RPG, which would fit into this somewhat “retro” vein.

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