Unintern revealed how many Assassins Creed games are in the works at Ubisoft, the publisher going all-in

Unintern revealed how many Assassins Creed games are in the works at Ubisoft, the publisher going al ...

In the documents for his portal, verified insider Tom Henderson (Tom Henderson) talked about Ubisoft's recent pseudo-historical action films Assassin's Creed.

Recall that in September, the French publisher released four new Assassin's Creed (Mirage, Codename Red, Hexe, and Jade), and a month later confirmed the multiplayer Invictus. Also in production is reportedly Nexus (Assassin's Creed VR).

The Nexus will be officially unveiled at the upcoming gaming conference E3 2023, while Ubisoft is already discussing the continued of the as-yet-unreleased VR branch, according to Insider Gaming.

The platform for Assassin's Creed Infinity will include at least Red, Hexe, and Invictus.

Ubisoft is working on three more Assassin's Creed titles, including code names.

Nebula is a Ubisoft Sofia project that will see the action unfold in three different environments (India, the Aztec Empire, and the Mediterranean); Raid is a Ubisoft Chengdu project that will feature characters from various Assassin's Creeds; Echoes is a Ubisoft Annecy project that will leverage Ubisoft Scalar cloud technology.

All three projects are still developing and have completely different playstyles, according to an Insider Gaming source. Ubisoft has gone all out with Assassin's Creed and its other major franchises.

The development of Codename Red is said to be going well, with two main characters and a focus on stealth being included.

According to Henderson's sources, Assassin's Creed will return to its usual releases in 2023: Mirage (August) and Nexus (soon after) are planned for 2024, Invictus for 2025, and Hexe for 2026.

Nebula, Raid, and Echoes' release dates are unknown, but given the nature of their development and the length of the production cycle for most AAA games (five to six years), you should not expect an early premiere.

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