The Next Assassins Creed Game!
Ubisoft has finally revealed the next Assassin's Creed game which is official and it's no longer like any leaks. Ubisoft has also shown us the first look at what the next Assassin's Creed game is gonna look like and ladies and gentlemen here I present to you all Assassin's Creed Mirage. Ubisoft made an official announcement on its Twitter page.
we're also going to be receiving a new Teaser and a bunch of stuff for Assassin's Creed Mirage and we have a bunch of information on how the game is gonna work. The gameplay mechanisms are going to be RPG and What's the storyline basically related to who is going to be the protagonist. there is a lot of exciting information that I think all the old-school Assassin's Creed fans are just going to be returning to this franchise once again.
Now starting off with Assassin's Creed Me, this is the game that was previously code-named Assassin's Creed Rift where we play as the character from Assassin's Creed Valhalla now like all the other Assassin's Creed games which ended up having a different code name. for example Assassin's Creed Victory then became Assassin's Creed Syndicate and Assassin's Creed Ragnarok became AC Valhalla and now
Assassin's Creed Rift is now finally named Assassin's Creed and Mirage which is basically a game set in Baghdad during the period of 860 to 870 which is period when Assassin's Creed the Valhalla was set, now this is basically you're somewhere around 15 years before Assassin's Creed Valhalla took place and the location is going to be Baghdad and according to the information that we have so far received the game is going to have multiple different cities where you can explore between deserts rivers there is going to be a lot of different locations in this game and the map is not super small as what we've seen with the leak.
So far it seems like the map size of Assasins Creed Mirage going to be medium it's not going to be too large as what we've seen with the RPG-style Assassin's Creeds example Valhalla or Odyssey or Origins this game is going to be more like an old school Assassin's Creed types.
I'm gonna get into further details explaining to you guys why I call this game returning to the old-school format and I think all the fans of the Assassin's Creed franchise are absolutely gonna love this game. first of all, we play Basim Ibn Ishaq. we're going to be playing as a younger version of Basim who was basically a thief until he arrives and joins the hidden ones, the Brotherhood of Assassins. The story is basically about Basim being a thief and then how he joins the hidden ones and after he joins the hidden ones and finally, we are going to be playing as a full-fledged Assassin character once again because so far all that we have been seeing is playing as mercenary and then we've been playing as Viking and a bunch of garbage stuff that we've seen with the RPGs Assassin's Creeds lately and one big complaint that the community had is that we are not able to play as a full-fledged assassin character.
Because Assassin's Creed basically represents that you play as an assassin or Templar so now we play as a young Basim. watching him going from a thief to an assassin cult and also a leader of the Assassin Brotherhood in the future and apparently, the game is going to have multiple cities which you can explore, and these cities are separated in terms of deserts and rivers and like different kingdoms pretty much like what we've seen with Assassin's Creed one where we played as Altair.
RETURN TO THE OLD-SCHOOL VERSION
One of the biggest things that We are super excited about Assassin's Creed Mirage is that the game is returning to its old-school route which means that Ubisoft is now completely focusing on the narrative inspiration of what the Assassin's Creed games used to mean back in those days and as far as what the information we've got so far from Jason Schreier and also from the French YouTuber to be counter-attack and then just press a button and the character does his own animations during the combat.
that it's going to be a full-fledged player controllable animation that you're going to be seeing which is miles better than what we've seen with the old-school Assassin's Creed game so it's going to be a much-developed version but at the same time Ubisoft is kind of sticking to its roots so no more RPG system no more leveling system
ASSASSINS CREED MIRAGE (NOT A RPG GAME)
the best part about Assassin's Creed Mirage is that you're not going to be having any RPG system it's going to be full-fledged old-school types and you're not gonna have a male or female version of Chooser because that is something I absolutely hated with Assassin's Creed games lately Jonathan who is also giving us a bunch of intimate Nation basically stating that the game is not going to be RPG focused like what we've seen with Assassin's Creed Odyssey or see origins or even Assassin's Creed Valhalla this is going to be more often old school type of Assassin's Creed game whereas the combat system it's not going to be exactly as the old school system whereas you will be able to control each and every animation and moves of your characters separately.
so that is of course a good thing and there's not going to be any leveling system in the game which means that anybody worried about not being able to use different weapons or different outfits just because you're not good leveled enough or if you're not able to do particular missions you'll have to do some side quests to just level up to take down different enemies that are not gonna be the case anymore the game is going to be completely old school but you will be able to fight all the enemies equally at the same time you can also explore the entire world without having to have any kind of logged level system.
where you cannot visit any location or do particular missions there are absolutely no limitations at all now the team that is currently working on Assassin's Creed Mirage is the team that also worked to own Assassin's Creed Valhalla's DLC the rat of The Druids now they're the guys who are developing this game and another really interesting thing about removing the RPG system is that you're not going to have any more dialogue choices no more dialogue options in the game which is a big win-win for Assassin's Creed games.
inforealnow think that especially because it's not some kind of a Witcher-type RPG game and Assassin's Creed games nowadays definitely do not feel like Assassin's Creed games at all so this is a big change that Ubisoft has made towards a positive outcome and I think a lot of fans are absolutely gonna love this change.
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