Ubisoft drops new Assassin’s Creed Mirage trailer at Gamescom

The newest entry in Ubisoft‘s long-running action-adventure game, Assassin’s Creed Mirage, has received a new trailer. A few days ago, the studio unveiled this trailer during Gamescom’s Opening Night Live.

Assassin’s Creed Mirage is the first release in the franchise since 2020.

The teaser begins with a bird’s-eye view of Baghdad City in the ninth century before moving on to gorgeous imagery of children playing next to a fountain and birds relaxing in a pool.

We can hear a woman and Basim, the main character of the game, talking in the background. Because of the game’s location and the fact that they both speak Arabic, it feels more real. The discourse is then made clear to us thanks to the English subtitles.

We’ve heard that Assassin’s Creed Mirage players have the option of having the full game’s voiceover in Arabic. We support this choice because the game is set during Baghdad’s Golden Age and believe it would enhance the immersion in the experience.

We infer from the narration that Basim has been out of the city for a long time. He explains his motivation for returning by telling his friend about his early years spent in the city.

We watch as our assassin pulls off seemingly impossible tasks the entire time. He battles numerous foes by himself while scaling high walls and moving covertly across the city.

According to the game’s description, you play as Basim, a skilled street robber with nightmares who is looking for justice. Basim leaves Baghdad after carrying out a murderous vengeance and joins a legendary group called The Hidden Ones.

He will hone his special powers, uncover his true nature, and comprehend a new Creed as he learns their enigmatic rituals and potent precepts, the passage adds, “one that will change his fate in ways he never could have imagined.”

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Assassin’s Creed Mirage has stunning visuals and provides an Arabic language option for gamers who want a more immersive experience.

This Assassin’s Creed game will have a shorter playing time than previous ones. It will take only roughly 20 hours to complete Assassin’s Creed Mirage as opposed to the normal 100 hours or more. Additionally, Ubisoft has informed fans that there won’t be any post-launch content for the game, so once it’s finished, it’s over.

We are unsure of how we feel about that choice. One benefit of post-launch content is that it allows fans the chance to keep playing their favorite games by offering new material. Then again, it might work as a diversion and keep fans from moving on and experiencing other things.

Microtransactions are another rumor surrounding the game.Although we don’t think it’s a big concern, many fans have protested that it might provide those who pay unfair advantages.

By the way, there are rumors that Ubisoft is working on 11 different Assassin’s Creed games, including Assassin’s Creed Mirage. The other two are Assassin’s Creed Codename Red and Assassin’s Creed Jade, all of which will release later this year or early in the following year.

Additionally, if you pre-order the game, you’ll receive The Forty Thieves! as a bonus mission. The Deluxe Edition costs 59.99, while the Standard Edition costs $49.99.

From October 5th, Assassin’s Creed: Mirage will be accessible on almost all major platforms, including the PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S.

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