Assassin’s Creed Infinity officially unveiled by Ubisoft

After a leak from the famous Bloomberg newspaper, Assassin’s Creed Infinity has been confirmed by Ubisoft. This new endeavor would be a "game of live service." The concept is that this sort of game is everlasting and that it may be constantly refreshed with extra paid content while remaining free.

After the game was leaked, Ubisoft decided to formalize the next Assassin’s Creed Infinity. According to Kotaku media outlet, this umpteenth Assassin’s Creed game will be very different from other titles in the franchise.

Anything new for the Assassin's Creed franchise?

It was following a Bloomberg leak announcing that the next Assassin's Creed Infinity would be a live service game, that Ubisoft decided to officially announce it. There is indeed a new Assassin's Creed project and it would be called Assassin's Creed Infinity. This new opus, one of Ubisoft's best-known franchises, should be developed in collaboration with the Ubisoft studios in Montreal and Quebec.

The least we can say is that this new AC will not be like the others. Indeed, according to Ubisoft, this would be the right time for the franchise to evolve into a new form of gaming. “Rather than continuing to pass the baton from one game to another, “We feel this is a unique chance for one of Ubisoft's most popular brands to grow in a more integrated and collaborative way,” Ubisoft stated.

Although no details have been released on the upcoming game and Ubisoft has not confirmed Bloomberg's announcement that the game will be a live service platform, statements from the studio suggest that 'we should still see big changes.

Interconnected games with Assassin's Creed Infinity

All of the Assasin's Creed games released to date are single-player games and take place at specific times. For example, the latest, Assasin’s Creed Valhalla, is a single-player adventure set during the time of the Viking conquest of England.

However, this setup should be dropped on Assassin's Creed Infinity. Indeed, according to the Bloomberg newspaper which leaked Ubisoft's project, it will include different, but interconnected, Assassin's Creed games.

Thus, we could find different parts of the Assasin's Creed games already released and this would allow the game to last much longer than when we end up with a single-player story mode. We can therefore expect an online experience with several worlds located at different times. However, none of this information has been confirmed by Ubisoft. We will therefore have to wait a little longer before seeing the outlines of the next game from Ubisoft’s most famous franchise.

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