Assassin’s Creed will have a game in Asia and a Valhalla spin-off, according to the website

It is possible that Ubisoft Working on two new games Assassin’s Creed Not announced yet. According to Kotaku, one of them is A will spin in Valhalla, known only by the code name “Project Rift”. The second title, known as “Project Red”, will be Set in Asia (This is It is possible that there is a second part Assassin’s Creed InfinityA A game that may be in the service style).

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on The financial report has been published This Thursday (21), in addition to confirming this Avatar: Pandora’s Box has been postponedUbisoft also noted that “another unannounced, smaller-scale premium title” is no longer planned for this fiscal year.

Kotaku points out that the title in question is Project Rift, which, according to two sources consulted by the site, is experiencing development challenges even as it rushes to release.

The montage represents what would become Assassin's Creed Infinity: A Game-as-a-Service, bringing together the various Assassin's Creed experiences.  The picture shows the various heroes of the series over the years.

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Initially, the project was created with the intention of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla DLC, but it eventually became a game in its own right. In a Bloomberg report published in February, Jason Schreier noted that the game will fill gaps in Ubisoft’s current release schedule.

Regarding the second Assassin’s Creed game, Kotaku claims that Project Red is an “open world game” set in Asia. However, it’s possible that the title will be part of Infinity, which Jason Schreier pointed out on Twitter.

Jeff Grubb, a VentureBeat insider and journalist, notes that the said project may be implemented in Japan. Kotaku claims that no source has confirmed the information, but they did reveal that this possibility has been discussed at Ubisoft for a long time.

Little is known about Assassin’s Creed Infinity so far. Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot recently announced that it “will not be a free-to-play game” and “will have a lot of narrative elements.” According to Bloomberg, Infinity’s idea is to create a game-as-a-service that combines different adventures in different historical moments and locations. The game would gain new chapters through updates over the years. Despite the different settings and time periods, Assassin’s Creed Infinity presented cohesive and connected stories.

The company has scheduled Ubisoft Forward general announcements on September 10, with the broadcast beginning at 4:00 PM ET. The developer will likely use the occasion to reveal plans for Assassin’s Creed.


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