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Fawzi Mesmar, Vice President of Editorial at Ubisoft, reveals a calligraphy that goes beyond being a decorative element.
Considering that the presentation of Assassin’s Creed Mirage served to reiterate the intention to return to the origins of the saga, we are not surprised to learn that players are excited for the next installment from Ubisoft. So far, we have had the opportunity to see details such as the settingthe protagonist waves game mechanicsbut there is a wink that we have missed.
The logo is formed by an Arabic calligraphy that means ‘the hidden’We are talking specifically about a little secret hidden in the game logo. As Fawzi Mesmar, vice president of editorial at Ubisoft, explains on Twitter (via Screenrant), the intricate lines that form the classic Assassin’s Creed symbol is, in this case, a word written in Arabic meaning “the hidden”.
From here, many fans of the franchise will have guessed what this wink in the Assassin’s Creed Mirage logo refers to. For those who are not so familiar with Ubisoft deliveries, you just need to know that ‘the Hidden Ones’ were the predecessors of the current Brotherhood of Assassins, and we know them because they had already had a certain role in other titles of the saga.
Beyond this, Ubisoft has accompanied its spectacular presentation of Ubisoft Forward with a couple of extra data about the new installment of Assassin’s Creed, including the length of its main campaEsports Extrasand its main inspiration. Of course, we have good reason to get excited about this scheduled release sometime in the 2023and if you want to know more about Basim’s next adventure, you just have to read our first impressions of Assassin’s Creed Mirage.
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