In the wake of the release of its first Assassin's Creed game, Ubisoft Bordeaux has recruited a lead writer to continue working on the franchise.
Ubisoft's latest makes the long-awaited return to stealth - a big deal for the series after all the massive action RPGs.
Quest markers disappearing after saving and loading and invisible collision for some objects in the world have also been fixed.
Through an announcement on the game's official Discord server, Ubisoft has officially stopped development on Project Q.
The battle arena title has apparently seen "significant changes" since its initial test, as per Insider Gaming's latest report.
Eivor works with Basim's mentor Roshan on a new quest. It's part of Title Update 1.6.2, which also adds The Last Chapter.
Ubisoft also confirms that the pre-ordering the upcoming action-adventure stealth title unlock bonus quest "The Forty Thieves".
Ubisoft says the game will be "a more intimate, more focused experience" with "more stealth, more parkour, more close-quarters combat."
Vice president executive producer of Assassin's Creed Marc-Alexis Côté says the upcoming action-adventure title will be roughly as long as the older Assassin's Creed titles.
Ubisoft's upcoming title isn't a Battle Royale, instead offering a "variety of PvP modes" and letting players "truly own the experience."
The free-to-play multiplayer title will allegedly have two modes- a battle royale experience and a 4v4 battle arena mode.
Ubisoft Berlin working on "unannounced AAA project".