Ubisoft reportedly has 11 Assassin’s Creed games in production

It is not a surprise to say that Ubisoft he is currently all-in in the assassin’s Creed franchise. After all, the team has Mirage in the works for later this year along with several other announced games. Also, we just recently heard that there is a new version of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag currently in development. However, a recent report has revealed that there are currently 11 games in the franchise currently in development, which would take Ubisoft until at least 2026, though likely much longer. That’s a lot of Assassin’s Creed.

The report is courtesy of internal games, which has a history of leaking game projects like this. They have detailed all 11 games, which include several titles that Ubisoft has yet to announce, although several are already known. Obviously we know of Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Nexusand Jade. those three projects all are expected to ship this year, with Mirage being a return to the style that players loved in the early Assassin’s Creed games, Nexus bring the franchise to virtual reality, and Jade being the next mobile game.

Beyond that, we also already know about Red and Hex. Both are said to be single player titles, with Hex seeking to focus on witchcraft and Red bring players to Japan. Meanwhile, Unbeaten It’s a multiplayer game that we don’t know much about. The next one will be Codename Nebulawhich is being developed by the team behind Rogue and covers three different scenarios. codename raid is a 4-player cooperative game that supposedly features characters from across the Assassin’s Creed universe. So, we will get Codename Echoes, which is another multiplayer title we don’t know much about. Finally, the leaks have claimed that we will get nexus 2 and the New version of the black flag.

Of course, the actual launch rate is not known. The above order is simply the order in which the games were leaked and might not be the order in which they will be released. That said, Ubisoft’s commitment to Assassin’s Creed still looks as solid as Call of Duty. If you’re a fan of the franchise, you’ll definitely be eating well for years to come.


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