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When is Assassin's Creed Mirage time period coming out, release date

What we know about the new Assassin's Creed stealth game, Assassin's Creed Mirage.

We saw Assassin's Creed Mirage, which had been leaked just a few days before the Ubisoft Forward 2022 event, as part of the presentation. Mirage is about Basim Ibn Ishaq, who in Valhalla is known as Loki. It was once thought that Mirage would be a big DLC for Valhalla. Instead, it's a new game that stands on its own. The first Mirage trailer was a pre-rendered, cinematic piece that showed us how the game looks and how much it focuses on Basim's early life.

After a series of Assassin's Creed games that focused more on open world RPG gameplay than stealth, Ubisoft tried out infiltration-style black box missions again in The Siege of Paris DLC for Valhalla, which many fans of the early games in the series liked. Imogen wrote this week for PC Gamer that she can't wait for a new stealthy AC game that focuses on the original trilogy's core ideas of parkour and assassinations. Mirage promises to be just that.

When is Assassin's Creed Mirage time period coming out, release date

We don't have a lot of information about Mirage yet, but here's what we do know.

Ubisoft has said that Mirage will come out in 2023, but they haven't given a specific date yet. If it's like the last few games, it should come out in late 2023, but we hope it will come out sooner.

As I said before, Basim is the main character in Mirage, but nobody knows how long he'll stay a good guy. You start out as a common street thief who is saved by Roshan, a 50-year-old Persian ex-slave who becomes your new mentor. Shohreh Aghdashloo, who is known for her roles in The Expanse and Mass Effect, gives her a voice. This gives the game a sense of seriousness.

Basim has bad dreams about demons and a sad past, so it's up to you to keep him on the straight and narrow path of the Hidden Ones so that he can fulfill his destiny, or something like that. Like most Assassin's Creed games, this one will have a lot of historical and political figures, but none of them have been shown yet.

If you liked the "real" Assassin's Creed games, which focused on stealth and blending in with monks instead of going full rage and smashing everyone with a hammer, you'll be happy to hear that Mirage will have the three main parts of the original trilogy: stealth, assassinations, and parkour. You can look forward to new animations for assassinations and parkour, the corner swing is back, and you can use a pole vault to jump over gaps in buildings.

You'll also be able to mess with scaffolding, set traps, use mines and blow darts to distract, stun, and kill enemies, along with the usual stealth options you'd expect from an assassin. You can improve your assassin's tool, and there will be black box missions for key targets.

When is Assassin's Creed Mirage time period coming out, release date

Stealth has been changed so that it's easier to see who you're following or who is watching you. You can even slow down time to mark multiple targets at once to kill. The story will go in a straight line and be much smaller than Valhalla and the recent open world games. There will be some quests that you can do in any order you want, but most of them are required.

Mirage takes place in Baghdad in the year 861, which was the peak of the city's golden age. You won't be able to go all over a country. Instead, you'll only be able to go to Baghdad and its four districts, like Karkh and the round city. It takes place in the same part of the world as the first Assassin's Creed, but in a different place. You'll get to see Alamut, the home of the assassins. The fortress is still being built, but you can now visit it in a proper way.

Baghdad in Mirage was based on the city of Samarrah, which was destroyed later and is now very different from what it was. When Mirage comes out, more districts will be shown off, so check back for a more in-depth look.


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