After a series of LeaksUbisoft has officially revealed the next major Doctrine killer Game. As expected, he was summoned Mirage The time-travel series will take you to 9th century Baghdad, where players will take on the role of a budding assassin named Bassem. (Fans may remember this name from its appearance in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla; Mirage It takes place two decades before that match).
Notably, Ubisoft says that the game will return to the series’ action-adventure roots, which means that the RPG mechanics from modern games will no longer exist. Mirage It is expected to be released sometime in 2023. Also of note: In an inspiring part of the casting, Shahryeh Aghdashlo will announce the role of Assassination Master Basem.
But that’s not all for the series, as Ubisoft has also made a number of other big announcements regarding the future of the franchise.
Let’s start with the mobile. Ubisoft is developing the first open world open version of Doctrine killer For smartphones, currently dubbed “Jade”, which is set in ancient China and will allow players to customize their own characters. You can also go parkour across the Great Wall of China, which looks fun. “Codename Jade” is soon listed. Elsewhere, Ubisoft also says it’s working on an unnamed mobile address for the Netflix game service, although there are no details on that at this time. (Netflix and Ubisoft are currently working together on A series of live events based on Doctrine killer.)
As for the future of the main series, Ubisoft has shared some details about the games that are coming next Mirage. One of these games, codenamed “Red”, is in development at Ubisoft’s Quebec City studio and will be set in feudal Japan, while the Montreal team is developing another codenamed “Hexe”; There aren’t many details about it yet, but it does seem to have something to do with witches in some way. While Mirage largely avoids RPG mechanics for games like Epiclooks like both Red and Hexe will keep it.
Elsewhere, the publisher provided some additional details about the . file Doctrine killer Project Infinity, which appears to be an online hub of the genre that will tie major games alongside multiplayer indie projects. Think of it like the Animus of games, you just use it to play video games.
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