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In addition to the announcement of the already awaited Assassin’s Creed: Mirage in today’s Ubisoft Forward, there was also a multitude of other news about various games that await us in the future for the 15th anniversary of the series.
First, the eponymous The Last Chapter for AC: Valhalla announced, which is supposed to appear later this year. A documentation of the Assassin’s Creed series in general should also be available on the Ubisoft YouTube channel.
For the already known information that there is a Assassin’s Creed Netflix series should be, there was only the information again that it will be a co-production of Ubisoft and Netflix. Unfortunately, there was no more precise data on this. Also on one Netflix exclusive mobile game am currently working. Unfortunately, there were no names, information or the like here either.
Then with Assassin’s Creed: Codename Jade announced one of the first new games. In ancient China, we can create our own character and move through an open world. It will be a mobile game and is currently in an early stage of development. Despite the concern, the control should probably work without any problems. However, there is no proof of the whole thing and a closer release date so far.
With Assassin’s Creed: Codename Red announced the next premium title in the franchise after AC: Mirage. After many fan requests, it’s finally off to feudal Japan. The game is being developed by Ubisoft Québec (Assassin’s Creed Odyssey) and so far hasn’t released anything other than a small comic-style trailer. Nevertheless, the thought of a comparison with Ghost of Tsushima in what is shown cannot be avoided.
This was immediately followed by the announcement of Assassin’s Creed: Codename Witch. The next main part is being developed by Ubisoft Montreal and the logo and trailer shown should probably exude a few Blair Witch vibes for a reason. In addition to the announcement that there are probably a few secrets hiding in the picture and trailer, it remains to be seen how exactly this title will be “different” from the well-known AC formula. Here, too, we remain curious about the following information.
With Assassin’s Creed: Infinity a title was finally announced, which is probably not to be understood as a classic game. Rather, it probably serves as a hub for players from Codename Red and Codename Hexe and is intended to unite worlds and experiences. How exactly this works and what the announced multiplayer will look like remains to be seen.
In summary, there is no way the Assassin’s Creed series should be written off. Even if no precise information is available on many of the upcoming projects, the ideas definitely sound exciting. And with the last chapter of AC: Valhalla and the upcoming one Assassin’s Creed: Mirage and his return to ancient virtues, there is enough material to keep us going for the foreseeable future.