Ubisoft confirms the upcoming release of Assassin’s Creed Infinity game


Following the Bloomberg leak, Ubisoft decided to take the lead and confirm the existence of the Assassin’s Creed Infinity project. With a possible big novelty.

License Assassin’s Creed is a well-supplied license, with opuses coming out quite regularly. Ubisoft has found its cruising speed, so to speak, and intends to continue that way for some time. The next title in the saga has already been talking about him for some time, so much so that, today, the studio had to confirm the existence of the project.

Ubisoft confirms the existence of the Assassin’s Creed Infinity project

Ubisoft offers new Assassin’s Creed games on a regular basis. The company originally released a new album every year, but lately the studio has been opting for more irregular releases. That being said, Assassin’s Creed remains one of its most important licenses, we wonder more about when the next installment will be released rather than if a new installment is in preparation.

A game that could go beyond a simple solo adventure

Those who are already looking forward to the next installment will certainly be delighted to learn that, following a Bloomberg leak, Ubisoft has decided to take the lead and officially announce the existence of the Assassin’s Creed Infinity project. The announcement in question does not specify when the game will be available or what players should expect but if we are to believe the leak, it would be a game quite different from the previous ones in its approach.

Indeed, that would mean that Infinity would not be just a game to do alone. Ubisoft reportedly decided to take a similar approach to Rockstar with GTA 5 which subsequently introduced GTA Online. So, rather than having just one game with an ending, Infinity could offer certain aspects online, which could change the set over time.

This is what has notably kept the GTA franchise through the last few years although GTA 5 was released in 2013. According to Ubisoft’s press release: “Rather than continuing to pass on the in-game torch, we are deeply convinced that this is the opportunity for one of Ubisoft’s most successful franchises to evolve in a more integrated and collaborative way. ”


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