Ubisoft unveils five Assassin’s Creed games in development, including long-awaited Japanese title

Ubisoft unveils five Assassin's Creed games in development, including long-awaited Japanese title
Ubisoft unveils five Assassin’s Creed games in development, including long-awaited Japanese title

Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed anniversary event revealed that five new games are in development for the series, as well as cross-media projects and the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla DLC.


As part of the Assassin’s Creed 15th Anniversary Celebration, Ubisoft launched several games in the series, along with more background information on Assassin’s Creed Infinite.

As revealed by Ubisoft, the next entry in the Assassin’s Creed Mirage franchise will be a “back to the franchise’s roots” story, both in terms of setting and mechanics.


Following Valhallas Basim 20 years before the game, Mirage will portray the rise of a new protagonist from street thief to apprentice assassin as part of Hide and Beyond.

Set in Baghdad, the game will focus on “black box” assassination missions with options to set traps and use environments, as well as faster, more agile parkour and a greater focus on stealth.


The next five Assassin’s Creed games have been revealed

After Mirage, Ubisoft launched four other games in the series, which will be released in the next few years.

The acclaimed Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey developer Ubisoft Quebec is developing Codename Red. The game will take place in Feudal Japan, and Ubisoft is calling it the next “premium” open-world RPG in the series.

Codename Witch was developed by the Valhalla team and directed by industry legend Clint Hocking. Given Hawking’s work on works like Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, Hexe appears to be another, more secretive work.

There are also two mobile games in development in the series. The first, code-named Jade, is set in ancient China in 215 BC. It will have a character creation kit and will be an open world game for mobile devices. The second is being developed with Netflix for its mobile gaming division, but no further details were revealed.

Ubisoft also revealed more about Project Infinity. The project is expected to form a game-as-a-service name that will move closer to a hub that brings franchises together in one place.

It was also revealed during the livestream that Ubisoft is researching the potential of a standalone multiplayer experience in Infinity.

It also revealed the Assassin’s Creed documentary that will be released on Netflix in the coming months, as well as the new DLC quest chain for Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla.

The free update, aptly titled The Last Chapter, will tie together Eivor’s many unsolved storylines and lead her to meet historical figures.

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