So, as you’re aware, Ubisoft has taken more of a bi-yearly approach with Assassin’s Creed as of late, preparing much meatier adventures as a result. It’s currently piling on content for
its best-seller Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. But the real question is…what’s next? Well, apparently a big online platform.
The company recently confirmed plans for a new online platform/game service surrounding the franchise, under the name Assassin’s Creed Infinity. The project was first reported on by Bloomberg, set to feature multiple time periods across the same title, with live updates and new challenges for players to overcome.
So why is Ubisoft taking this new direction? Apparently, the
company wants to “exceed the expectations of fans who have
been asking for a more cohesive approach,” according to one
Over on Twitter, Jason Schreier provided a few more details on the project. “Details on Assassin’s Creed Infinity are still in flux as it won’t be out until 2024 or later, but it may be some sort of hub that allows people to play multiple AC games both big and small. Or Ubisoft may say screw it and give up to chase the next trend 3 years from now.”
So we’ll be waiting a while on this one, and we’ll probably see another straightforward release in the series in 2022, unless the company continues to build on Valhalla, which is the plan for this year.
Meanwhile, Valhalla is currently available for PlayStation, Xbox and PC platforms.
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