Assassin’s Creed Infinity is at Least Three Years Away – Rumor

The live-service online title is being looked at as an "evolving hub for all things Assassin's Creed." It may even be "Helix/Abstergo related."

Posted By | On 08th, Jul. 2021

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Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier recently blew the lid off of Ubisoft’s next big Assassin’s Creed initiative which will be an online live-service title. Ubisoft would then confirm the existence of Assassin’s Creed Infinity and offered more details on the development team and leaders in charge. Questions still abound though especially with how far off the release is.

Schreier has taken to answering any queries about the game on Twitter, starting with whether the traditional Assassin’s Creed single-player experience was going away. “No, not necessarily. It’ll just be part of Assassin’s Creed Infinity. Details are still in flux because it’s so early in development, but the core idea is that Infinity is an evolving hub for all things Assassin’s Creed.”

He also noted that the title is “at least three years away” and as such, “Details are still up in the air. But the core idea is that Infinity is a massive online platform containing different settings and games.” How multiplayer will fit into all of this is still unknown. When a screen from Assassin’s Creed Unity was used to illustrate how multiple games could be fit into the player, Schreier responded, “Yeah maybe! They’ve definitely talked about the whole platform being Helix/Abstergo related, but again, super early”

Unfortunately, there won’t be a new Assassin’s Creed title – at least from Ubisoft Quebec – before Infinity’s release as per Schreier. It also remains to be seen how the impact of abuse allegations against Ubisoft will impact development, especially since the reorganization of Ubisoft Montreal and Quebec has been causing unrest among employees. Stay tuned for more details in the meantime.


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