The trailer for Assassin’s Creed Mirage showed similarities to the previous style of the series, both in gameplay and setting; see when the game is released
Mirage from Assassin’s Creed will promote a throwback to the franchise, literally. A new gameplay trailer shown during the PlayStation Showcase showed a title with opportunities and gameplay much closer to the first titles of the franchise, in a change that has captured the attention of the most purist fans.
The open world will, of course, continue to be part of the adventure, but the idea is that it is more contained, with a story focused on its characters. The space for further exploration, then, is left to combat, which now also gives greater importance to stealth, taking up old elements such as throwing weapons and smoke bombs.
New attachments, of course, join the experience, which will also be free enough for the player to choose to directly attack enemies if they choose. It’s not the classic path of the assassin, but it works, with Ubisoft talking about less predictable and more open-ended gameplay Mirage from Assassin’s Creed.
The changes also speak to the storyline, which stars Basim. Set in the 9th century, during the Islamic Golden Age, the story takes place in Baghdad and depicts some of the original battles of the Assassin order against the Templars. It is, as fans well know, more back-to-basics elements, with exploration of settings and more attention to historical and narrative elements.
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Described as an original game, Mirage takes place decades before the most recent game in the series, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. It also represents a new approach to the development of the franchise, both for being a more concentrated and shorter title than the more recent ones.
What is the Assassin’s Creed Mirage release date?
With the new gameplay trailer and a taste of what that look back means, the UbiSoft revealed that too Mirage from Assassin’s Creed will be released on October 12 The game will have versions for PC, ps4, Xbox one, Playstation 5 AND Xbox Series X AND S seriesin addition to the cloud edition of the Luna service, from amazon.
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