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“Assassin’s Creed Game”: Everything We Know About the New Gameplay

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Ubisoft is currently working on the development of the new Assassin’s Creed game referred recently to as “Rift”. The new reports on this matter were shared this week. This game is now supposedly on the full-fledged, standalone game that at first started as an expansion of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla but it also eventually grew to the full-size project.

It seems that this game has been set to release at any point either this year or in 2023, but Ubisoft of course also has not been commented on the matter nor has been confirmed the existence of such a project.

Ubisoft is reportedly making a stealth-focused game based on 'Assassin's  Creed Valhalla' | Engadget

Assassin’s Creed Game: New Details

It has been reported by Bloomberg that the first details of Ubisoft’s Rift game with the Assassin’s Creed series in this week and that also said that such game also has been supposed to feature Basim from assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Basim also himself is an assassin with more in line along with what people do recognize like the assassins from the older Assassin’s Creed games and just like the new game that is supposedly focused more on stealth. It seems that the latest games in comparison have been focused on their battle hugely around up-front, toe to toe battles with the myriad of weapons.

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It is true that they also would offer such stealthy options for those who also like it. This latest Rift game will also supposedly not be “a massive open-world role-playing game” there are people who might have to arrive to expect from Assassin’s Creed according to the report.

It seems that Rift and whatever it may finish being called letters and it is not the same as Assassin’s Creed Infinity, however. It is definitely a different project has been confirmed by Ubisoft earlier this year, but Ubisoft had not even said much about the game itself while it has been discussed it beyond saying that it had an “important upcoming, early-in-development project” the studios and some of the people working on the latest Assassin’s Creed Infinity game had been named. It has detailed about how the game would be set up the pricing, and while it would become available had not been provided.

Ubisoft reportedly plans to shoot the Assassins Creed before Infinity - Game  News 24

The reports and rumors based on Infinity that supposed to be some sort of online service featuring such many settings instead of the one region with the most individual Assassin’s Creed games that have been typically sticking to.

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Bloomberg currently reports from this week about the new Rift game said that Rift will come before the release of Assassin’s Creed Infinity.

Assassin's Creed Infinity Revealed To Be Live Service Game - ComingSoon.net

Now Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is also the most current mainline game in this to be dropped. It also provides many DLCs and expansions afterward containing The Siege of Paris.

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