Ubisoft have finally confirmed the next entry to the Assassin’s Creed series, Assassin’s Creed Mirage. New artwork uploaded by the developer confirms that it is Basim as the main character. And that the timeline will be in his younger years set in Baghdad. More news will be shared during Ubisoft Forward Livestream on September 10, 2022.
Most of the information was leaked before the revel telling a lot about the new game. This following information is the courtesy of the Youtuber j0nathan. The game is said to set place between 860 and 870 in the aforementioned Baghdad. Multiple cities to be in play which will be separated by sand similar to how it worked in Assassin’s Creed 1. Eagle Vision is set to come back to some extent. Assassin’s Creed Mirage will be a return to basic for the franchise with most of the RPG elements being removed such as:
- No more Dialogue choices
- No Gender choice
- No Leveling System
Along with all that there is a lot of talk of a Assassin’s Creed 1 Remake which will be based on the Mirage game. With it reusing most of the assets from Mirage. All this and more is to reveled by Ubisoft on September 10th. One must note that this is no the planned live service game in the series which is still in development.
More Assassin’s Creed leaks
Before the big date of September 10th it does seem like ubisoft is unable to stop the leaks for the game. Recently,Twitter user @ScriptLeaksR6 leaked two images online that show the name of the title, Assassin’s Creed Mirage, and the assassin centered in it. The other image has a subtitle saying “The Forty Thieves Quest” and it does seem to refer to the popular folk tale of popular tale Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. The presents with all new images which do seem legit.
So, i am excited to jump into this game especially with th eall new approach the game seems to take. After all the RPG games it is finally back to basics.
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