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Ubisoft Reveals Baghdad, Japan, and Other Assassin’s Creed Mirage Titles

After several leaks, Ubisoft finally confirmed the next major Assassin’s Creed game. To no one’s surprise, it’s called Mirage and moves the time-traveling franchise to Baghdad in the 9th century, where players will assume the role of a young assassin named Basim.

Particularly noteworthy is Ubisoft’s claim that the game will return to the series action-adventure roots, ditching the RPG features of more recent entries in the series. The release of Mirage is scheduled for the year 2023. Noteworthy casting includes Shohreh Aghdashloo as Basim’s voice actor in the role of the assassination mentor.

However, Ubisoft has made several significant disclosures about the series’ trajectory.

We’ll begin with mobile devices. Ubisoft is working hard on the first open-world Assassin’s Creed Valhalla game for mobile devices, tentatively titled “Jade.” The game will be set in ancient China, allowing players to create and personalize their assassins. Parkouring across the Great Wall appears to be a thrilling option as well.

The release of “Codename Jade” has been announced. In addition, Ubisoft has announced that it is developing a mobile title for Netflix’s gaming service, though it has not revealed the title or provided any other information.

Concerning what’s next for the mainline series, Ubisoft has spilled the beans on what’s in store beyond Mirage. Ubisoft’s Quebec City office is working on a game set in feudal-era Japan under the pseudonym “Red,” while the Montreal unit is developing a game under the codename “Hexe,” which appears to be about witches but has few specifics available at the moment. Both Red and Hexe seem to keep the role-playing elements found in titles like Odyssey, whereas Mirage mostly ignores them.

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The publisher also expanded upon its Assassin’s Creed “Infinity” project, which appears to be a central online center that will link the series’ main games to those of the standalone multiplayer variety. Think of it as a video game equivalent of the Animus; only you use it to start games.

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