The future of Assassin’s Creed: Japan, China, Infinity and Netflix

Many things are happening.

Next to the details of Assassin’s Creed MirageA title set in Baghdad and coming in 2023, Ubisoft also detailed the future of the franchise.

Unsurprisingly, it’s very similar to the rumors that swirled before Ubisoft Forward; we break everything apart.

Assassin’s Creed Red

Code name RedUbisoft has confirmed it is working on a Assassin’s Creed game set in feudal Japan “and in all its shinobi fantasies”.

Codename for Assassin’s Creed RED is the next flagship title after Assassin’s Creed Mirage and the future of open world RPG in Assassin’s Creed,Ubisoft said in a press release. “It was developed by Ubisoft Quebec, the studio behind Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, with Jonathan Dumont as Creative Director. “

Assassin’s Creed Curse

Another flagship with code name hexadecimal will follow RedUbisoft recommended.

“It was developed by Ubisoft Montreal, the birthplace of Assassin’s Creed franchise, with Clint Hocking as Creative Director, “Ubisoft also confirmed.

Nothing else is known about the title, but rumors suggest it is set during the end of the Holy Roman Empire and will deal with “witch trials”. Looking at the title logo, it doesn’t seem like a stretch.

Assassin’s Creed Infinity

The next is Infinite, that “will connect projects and actors through different types of experiences, including those released Assassin’s Creed games and next to launch: Codename Red and Code name HEXEthe next two flagship games in HD, ”Ubisoft advised.

Multiplayer fans should be pretty interested Infiniteas Ubisoft added, “as part of Codename INFINITEmultiplayer will return as a standalone experience in Assassin’s Creed franchising “.

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Assassin’s Creed Jade

Jade is a free-to-play “AAA RPG action-adventure” mobile title set in ancient China.

“Players will be able to create their own character and discover the story of the first Assassins in China,” Ubisoft said in a press release.

Assassin’s Creed Netflix TV series

Although details are scarce, Ubisoft has announced that it is partnering with Netflix for a live TV show.

Additionally, Ubisoft will work with Netflix to bring a mobile Assassin’s Creed game on its platform.

We will have more information on all of these projects as they become available.

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