It’s always been clear that Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed is the driving force behind its own games. So it’s not surprising that the publisher is doing the best it can with the Assassin series.
Five more titles were announced in the fall, and six are said to be in development. An insider report now reveals four more games that have already been released, at least internally.
It is known that the single-player projects Assassin’s Creed Mirage Baghdad, codenamed Red and Jade, as well as Hexe, which is likely to be located in the German-European region. Project Invictus, an upcoming multiplayer game, was also announced shortly thereafter.
An announcement of the supposed Project Nexus, a VR title, is still pending. On Insider Gaming, the insider leaker often reports on various other projects. Among them even the Nexus 2.
Project Nebula is presented by Bulgaria-based Ubisoft Sofie. This must be played in Iniden, the kingdom of the Aztecs and the Mediterranean.
Meanwhile, China-based Chengdu company Ubisoft is said to be working on a pilot project. This appears to be a free co-op game with all the characters from the previous titles.
Meanwhile, French company Ubisoft Annecy has come up with an idea for Project Echoes, another multiplayer access.
Aside from Assassin’s Creed Mirage, which will likely launch later this year, there are no known release dates for any of these projects. However, Henderson makes it clear that Ubisoft intends to publish Assassin’s Creed annually again in the future.
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