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Ubisoft Forward: Assassin’s Creed, the publisher’s favorite license

While Disney held onto its D23, video game publisher Ubisoft overcame the recall with its Ubisoft Forward demo, during which it unveiled a big salvo of Assassin’s Creed games in development. Including Mirage, expected by 2023.

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While Disney released the big guns this weekend during its D23, Ubisoft has been in a bit of kamikaze mode as the publisher has also chosen that date for its Ubisoft Forward, introducing its catalog of new features.

Recalling that the Assassin’s Creed series planned for Netflix is ​​still in development, Ubisoft will offer three new mobile games from its franchises to Netflix, including Assassin’s Creed, to jump-start the Netflix Games service, which is still trying to take off.

While we are talking about this license, this is an absolute martingale for the publisher. At least five licensed games announced.

The first, Assassin’s Creed Mirage, developed by Ubisoft Bordeaux, is considered a return to basics. It features the character of Basim ibn Ishaq, discovered in the last part of the saga’s video game, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla. The game, expected by 2023, will send gamers to 9th century Baghdad. More precisely, in the year of grace 861.

Here is the trailer…

Assassin’s Creed was also announced in the form of an RPG for mobile devices, tentatively titled Assassin’s Creed Codename Jade, set in China. Which also undoubtedly pleased the Chinese shareholder of Tencent, who most recently invested 300 million euros in Ubisoft, allowing him to own 49.9% of the company.

Assassin’s Creed Codename Red hides a component of Assassin’s Creed set in feudal Japan where you play as a shinobi. A very long-standing request from fans who have long wanted to see shutter during this period and in this country.

The problem is that the fearsome open world caravan of Ghost of Tsushima was already there, even if it was a Sony Playstation exclusive… This Assassin’s Creed set in feudal Japan is being developed by Ubisoft Quebec, to whom we owe the great AC: Odyssey.

We are adding a hex codenamed Assassin’s Creed for the road. The component must be very different from the others. A video broadcast showing the license symbol in the form of a talisman lost in the forest, in the style of the Blair Witch Project, indicates that we should go tease the witches.

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