Next Assassin’s Creed game said to be titled Assassins Creed Mirage
The latest news seems to confirm the Baghdad area along with Basim as the principal character.
Information about the upcoming Assassin’s Creed game has been revealed, and the game’s name is Assassin’s Creed Mirage.
According to YouTuber j0nathan who has revealed a number of information about the game with an anticipated spring 2023 launch.
In development currently using the codename Rift, J0nathan verified the Baghdad area and confirmed that the timeline will be between 860-870.
According to Bloomberg earlier that the game is scheduled to feature Basim, a character from Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, and will be smaller when compared with other games in the series since it began as an expansion to Valhalla.
You’ll be playing a younger version of Basim in the role of a burglar before Basim arrives in The Hidden Ones.
Eagle Vision is believed to be returning, and gameplay will return to the fundamentals of the series. There are no RPG elements, as the game lacks options for dialogue and the ability to play as a level.
The leak also has other aspects that could be correct, according to Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier. For instance, those who are familiar with the development of the game told Schreier that it wouldn’t include multiple cities to explore that’s one of the things in the video by j0nathan.
The report also mentions that Ubisoft is in the process of completing an update of the original Assassin’s creed game. It will release as a Season Pass for Mirage. This Season Pass is also said to include Constantinople DLC, which will be released in a few months following the game’s release.
As is the norm, this information is not confirmed until Ubisoft announces public an announcement. The company will be hosting the future Ubisoft Forward event on Saturday, October 10, and has said we’ll learn details about what the future holds for the Assassin’s creed franchise in the coming days.