Ubisoft devoted a whole stream section to the Assassin’s Creed franchise at Ubisoft Forward 2022. The block noticed the announcement of 4 tasks coming from the collection, together with a cellular sport, a brand new mainline title, an expertise hub, and one other flagship sport coming alongside the remaining.
The largest of those bulletins is the following mainline Assassin’s Creed sport by Ubisoft Quebec, at present dubbed Assassin’s Creed: Codename Red. Like the current flagship entries within the collection, Codename Red is taking the globetrotting open-world collection to a brand new nation and tradition with a feudal Japan setting. To prime all of it off, the principle character of the sport is a shinobi. Not an excessive amount of else was stated concerning the title and it doesn’t have a agency launch date.
A second Assassin’s Creed sport is coming as effectively, although it’s a bit extra mysterious. This one comes from Ubisoft Montreal with the help of Clint Hocking, an ex-LucasArts and Valve designer and director. Dubbed Assassin’s Creed: Project Hexe, the title solely acquired a faster teaser displaying an Assassin’s Creed brand made out of twigs hanging within the woods. Ubisoft notes that the sport isn’t a standard installment of the collection, however didn’t elaborate on how a lot of a departure it’s.
Both of these titles will stay inside Assassin’s Creed Infinity, a curious new undertaking from Ubisoft. Project Infinity is a hub that’ll tie varied video games collectively, although it’s unclear how that works. Ubisoft did point out, nevertheless, that it’s wanting into creating standalone multiplayer Assassin’s Creed titles, which might additionally stay within the hub.
In addition to all of that, Ubisoft additionally confirmed off Assassin’s Creed: Project Jade. This entry within the collection is a cellular sport the place gamers create their very own assassins and discover an open-world set in historic China. It’s a special undertaking from one other cellular Assassin’s Creed sport introduced through the present, which will likely be unique to Netflix.
No launch particulars have been given for the upcoming titles, however Ubisoft states that Infinity and the tasks inside it is going to launch “in the coming years.”