Insider Reveals Details for Future Assassin’s Creed
While there have been some mixed feelings about Ubisoft in general, there is still love for Assassin’s Creed. We’ve been looking forward to hearing more about this game, as it is reportedly smaller than, say, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Then again, this reportedly did start off as an expansion of Valhalla. It is also rumored that this iteration is supposed to feature Basim Ibn Ishaq, and take place in the city of Baghdad.
But, we’ve heard a little more since then, with the help of an Assassin’s Creed Insider. Colin Moriarty has previously revealed information on Bioshock and Ratchet & Clank, among other games in just the past few years.
According to Moriarty and his sources, there will be a delay in the Assassin’s Creed game. Instead of coming out in late 2022, it’s apparently going to be coming out instead in 2023, despite previous reports and claims.
Why this may be, Moriarty’s report did not cover. However, as a guess, it could be due to the fact that Ubisoft has been having difficulties keeping their employees as of late, as many have been going to other companies, leaving projects understaffed. And as well, it could be due to a certain global situation that is still going on.
Still, as this has not been confirmed nor denied by the publisher, we will have to take this report as that- a possible report. While Moriarty has been correct in the past, that does not mean that the company won’t change its mind, or that the situation may change.
As of right now, this possible delay is all that has been covered in Moriarty’s report. Perhaps, if we’re so lucky, we may hear more of what may be happening about the Assassin’s Creed series, and if we will be seeing the latest game sooner or later.