A recent leak suggests that the action RPG's next expansion will take players to Norse mythology's Dwarven realm of Svartalfheim.
The live service title could also "remake and retell" the stories of older Assassin's Creed titles while providing a new, paid story overtime.
GamesBeat's Jeff Grubb claims that Ubisoft was testing a new game around E3 that had more than a passing resemblance to Splinter Cell.
The mode comes to the base game as a free update, but is also available on PC as a standalone purchase, with a console launch planned for 2022.
The title is currently in an "early phase of production" and sources seem to indicate that it could be developed by a studio outside of Montreal.
Ubisoft's multiplayer open world extreme sports title will also be available for free for up to four hours from October 21 to October 27.
Meanwhile, FIFA 22, Far Cry 6, and Metroid Dread have held on to the top three positions, where they were placed in last week's charts as well.
Though slated for launch in January 2022, Ubisoft hasn't provided a final date till now. An official announcement is still pending.
Metroid Dread sold nearly 87,000 units on debut, and has already become the fourth highest-selling Metroid game in Japan to date. Far Cry 6 also saw a strong debut.
It was originally slated to go live tomorrow for EU players on PC. The development team said it will share a new date "as soon as we can."
Bryce Canyon, Grand Teton, Sequoia Park, and Yosemite Valley are just some of the American national parks that the open world is comprised of.
Animal rights group PETA urges Ubisoft to remove the cockfighting minigame from its latest open world shooter release.
The PC trial includes all five careers, Versus Mode, Tricks Battle and Mass Races. It will be available until October 13th, 12 AM PT/3 AM ET.
The newest entry in Ubisoft's open world first person shooter series is available on PlayStation, Xbox, PC, and Stadia.
Metroid Dread, Far Cry 6, Alan Wake Remastered, and Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania all debut in the top 10 in UK's weekly retail charts.
Free Yara from Anton Castillo's tyrannical regime with these handy pointers.
A recent Axios report claims that Far Cry 7 could be taking a more online-oriented approach in a break from the series' formula.
New multiplayer modes, Live Events with unique rewards, seasonal progression, Showdown Mode, and BMX are all coming this year.
Far Cry 6 doesn't break the mould, but it's the best realization of the series' tried-and-true formula to date.
An upcoming update for AMD's graphics drivers will feature performance boosts for some upcoming titles, including Far Cry 6.