Assassin’s Creed will change in the coming years, with a host of projects in development. At the Ubisoft Forward event on Saturday – early Sunday in India – the publisher revealed a future culmination of the franchise through a distillation roadmap. Assassin’s Creed announcements include an indie mobile game set in China, the Codename Hexe title set during witch trials, and the previously leaked Project Red set in a requested setting from of feudal Japan. At the heart of these attractions is Assassin’s Creed Infinity, described as a live-action platform for upcoming entries.
With that, let’s take a look at the future of Assassin’s Creed:
Assassin’s Creed Infinity
After debut Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Ubisoft was looking to create a central hub, linking various AC games together. Think of it like Animus, allowing players to delve into different historical settings through the eyes of a skilled assassin. “Infinity will be a hub that unifies all of our disparate experiences and our players together in meaningful ways,” said Marc-Alexis Côté, VP, Assassin’s Creed. With Project Infinity, Ubisoft is looking to deliver a standalone multiplayer experience, in the vein of co-op mode in Assassin’s Creed Unity.
Assassin’s Creed Red / Japan
Popular leaks and speculations after, Assassin’s Creed Codename Red is now official. With this entry, players will be transported into the heart of feudal Japan, where they master the art and weapons of a shinobi. As Ubisoft’s next high-end flagship title, it will feature open-world RPG elements that have become a hit in recent entries. The game is being developed by Ubisoft’s Quebec division – known for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – under the direction of Jonathan Dumont. More details about the same will be available in time.
Assassin’s Creed Hexe
Meanwhile, Ubisoft’s Montréal team is working on what describe is “the darkest Assassin’s Creed game ever.” Codename Hexe is set during the later stages of the Holy Roman Empire, particularly during the 16th century witch trials and is led by creative director Clint Hocking, who is best known for his games. play the early Splinter Cell. Ubisoft released a similar trailer, featuring an A-shaped talisman hanging from a tree branch in a misty forest. During that time PresentationsCôté calls it a “very different kind of Assassin’s Creed game.”
Assassin’s Creed Mobile / Jade / China
For the first time, Assassin’s Creed will let you create your own custom character. Set in ancient China in 215 BC, Codename Jade is the first open-world Assassin’s Creed game for mobile devices – Android and iOS, we assume – featuring core gameplay mechanics from the games. main. Players can perch atop the Great Wall of China, explore bustling cities, engage in intense battles, and even send a bird to survey sites.