Set in Baghdad decades before the events of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Assassin’s Creed Mirage Basim ibn Ishaq stars as he evolves from a street thief into a master assassin. Ubisoft took a closer look at the new Assassin’s Creed game during the Ubisoft Forward event on Saturday.
Basim was first introduced in valhalla As a kind of mentor to the game’s protagonist, Evor. mirage will serve as his coming-of-age story, where he will learn the ways of the killer under mentor Roshan, played by SpreadThe Shore of Aghadashlu.
Ubisoft is leading Bordeaux development mirage, Which is expected to be released in 2023 on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X. During the Ubisoft Forward, the publisher reiterated that mirage will take the franchise “back to its roots”, both physically and thematically – although Baghdad is a new location, the franchise is gaining renewed focus in the Middle East as a more linear, stealth-based game.
mirage Located in four districts of Baghdad, which include the city of Karkh and the Gol city founded in the Golden Age of 861. But players will also get to visit Alamut, which is the Assassin’s Fortress under construction during this time. mirage,
What Ubisoft didn’t mention is related to the incidents in valhalla – that is, where we learned that Bassim is a reincarnation of the Norse god Loki, who was able to shed his body and woke up in 2020 wearing a killer wolf shirt.
As for gameplay, Ubisoft said Bassem’s Eagle will be key to stealth, giving players options to approach different situations. As with other new moves like the pole vault for jumping wide gaps, the killer is able to slow down time to mark targets for rapid-fire kills. In general, Bassim’s pace is faster, more agile, and supports the main gameplay loop of sneaking in for a kill and getting out there without getting caught.
Although Ubisoft made it clear that the game is an homage to the original. Assassins CreedDevelopers Too Said at a press briefing that all of Assassin’s Creed games have a little mirage,
When Assassin’s Creed Mirage Arriving in 2023—no exact release date yet—it will have three special editions: Standard, for $50, Deluxe for $60, and a Collector’s Edition for $150.