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Ubisoft Reportedly Has Four More Assassin's Creed Games Planned




Fans of Assassin's Creed can look forward to a fully packed lineup of new Games in the coming years. According to sources at Ubisoft which recently revealed the company’s future plans for the series, no less than four Games are currently in development and three more in the conceptual and prototype phase, plus a proposed VR title.

Revealed last year back in September, four games are in development, known for the moment as Mirage, Codename Red, Codename Hexe, and Codename Jade. These are all slated for release in the next five years, Mirage being set to come out at some point in August, 2023. This will most likely be followed by a VR game called Nexus which is expected to be announced at E3 2023. Codename Red is apparently scheduled for 2024 and Codename Hexe for 2026.


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According to Insider Gaming, sources at Ubisoft have revealed that a total of three more fully fledged Assassin's Creed titles are in the conceptual and prototype phase, known as Nebula, Raid, and Echoes. This comes in addition to a proposed VR Game, Nexus 2. These will each be developed by different studios. Ubisoft reportedly plans on returning to its annual release cycle for Assassin’s Creed, each new release being significantly different from previous entries. These upcoming titles are said to have vastly different Gameplay, each entry offering a unique experience.


The studio mostly known for developing Liberation and Rogue, Ubisoft Sofia, has apparently pitched Nebula, a Game which will have three different settings, taking place in India, Mexico, and the Mediterranean. The Game is expected to offer players a journey that will take them to different time periods and parts of the world. Ubisoft Chengdu has on the other hand pitched Raid, a free-to-play four-player co-operative title which follows characters from previous entries in the series. Ubisoft Annecy has apparently pitched Echoes, a multiplayer title making use of the Scalar Technology developed by Ubisoft.

While it remains unclear when these prototypes will be released, sources at Ubisoft have revealed that Codename Red is already well into development. The game will reportedly have two playable characters and be focused primarily on stealth as opposed to combat. With so many titles in the works, right now is an exciting time for fans of Assassin’s Creed and players can expect to see plenty of new and unique experiences in the coming years.

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