Ubisoft addressed the Assassin’s Creed franchise’s future a few months ago. Four new games in this series were presented by the French publisher during the Ubisoft Forward event.
This contains Codename Red, Codename Hexe, the upcoming Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Assassin’s Creed Infinity, a new hub, and the mobile game Codename Jade.
A few weeks later, Ubisoft also revealed Project Invictus, the most recent multiplayer installment in the franchise. The studio is reportedly working on a VR game dubbed Project Nexus in addition to these five projects that have been officially mentioned.
This game may be released this year. According to the current lineup, Ubisoft appears to have covered all the basics. That might not be the case, though, as there are rumors that the business is looking at more projects for the series.
The French juggernauts are allegedly developing three extra Assassin’s Creed games in addition to the six previously announced ones, according to Insider Gaming. These titles are reportedly still in the “conceptual and prototype phase.”
The creators of Assassin’s Creed: Rogue, Ubisoft Sofia, have pitched Project Nebula as one of these three games. According to reports, the engrossing series will visit three additional locales: India, the Aztec Empire, and the Mediterranean.
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Project Raid, a new game being developed by Ubisoft Chengdu, will strongly emphasize PvE and 4-player co-op components. All of the characters from previous Assassin’s Creed games will appear in the free-to-play game.
Project Echoes is a multiplayer game that Ubisoft Annecy is in developing. The Ubisoft Scalar technology, which expands the scope of games with the use of cloud computing, is being used by the Division 2 developers.
The first six games that were in production will probably be released in the coming years, with Project Nexus’s launch taking place this year.
So don’t expect to see or hear anything about the three new Assassin’s Creed games anytime soon because they are still in the early phases of development.
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