Report: Next Assassin’s Creed Was Ubisoft’s Mysterious Late Title

Ubisoft has publicly revealed that it has been delaying Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora. This announcement came with another delay, but the name of that other title was a mystery. Some assumed it was undisclosed Doctrine killer The game has been pushed, which is exactly what a new report claims.

according to BloombergAnd the Assassin’s Creed Rift, the codename for Next Entry, was pushed out from February and is now scheduled to launch sometime between May and June, stating that it was indeed the “smaller unannounced premium game” from the earnings report. It has been delayed because the project is “far behind schedule,” according to one of the outlet’s sources. Ubisoft Bordeaux, which was previously developed Assassin’s Creed ValhallaIrish expansion The anger of the priestsHe is said to be driving the game and asking for more time.

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Bloomberg (and Eurogamer) previously reported on crackPresencesaying it was a smaller, more subtle entry ValhallaFilm Bassem (pictured on the left above) in Baghdad. The DLC was originally intended for Valhalla, but has reportedly been filled in to fill the barren Ubisoft release schedule. Not much is known, but as a Bloomberg report states, it will be revealed during the franchise’s 15th anniversary in September.

Doctrine killerA ‘future’ will be revealed during this stream, which appears to have some big things on the horizon. Assassin’s Creed InfinityAnd the That was announced by Ubisoft right after the Bloomberg report was published about itis a direct service entry being developed by Ubisoft Montreal and Ubisoft Quebec, the two teams that led Valhalla And the Epic, Straight. Ubisoft has been somewhat vague about it, but a Bloomberg report claimed that it was modeled after fortnite It will be a “massive online platform that evolves over time” and is still “at least three years away”.

Jeff Group is a giant bomb too He said He heard that Ubisoft is working on a Japanese setup Doctrine killer. Kotaku Then I mentioned that this was part of the codename Assassin’s Creed RedWhich Jason Schreyer from Bloomberg erased later was just a part of Assassin’s Creed Infinity.

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There is also some evidence that the former Doctrine killer It is somehow refined. Some have noted that the footage of the first match played during the anniversary looks better, Any side-by-side comparisons seem to back up. The game’s press kit also has an updated version of the game’s logo, with “A Ubisoft Original” now under the logo, something Ubisoft is putting on new games. Even the anniversary countdown on the site ends in September with the first title, which will likely be about the aforementioned broadcast.

And during the original version Doctrine killer It is backward compatible on Xbox, cannot be played on modern PlayStation consoles and is even released before prizes become mandatory, making it a prime target for re-release or renewal. Ubisoft has already reworked the three Ezio games and Assassin’s Creed IIIleaving that one major title untouched (or available on) modern systems.

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