Ubisoft will announce multiple Assassin's Creed games during its Ubisoft Forward showcase this weekend, says a new report from Bloomberg. Said report adds some serious fuel to the rumours that have been doing the rounds over the last couple of weeks, which have suggested that the French publisher has big plans for the franchise's future.
According to the article, everything revolves around Assassin's Creed Infinity — the live service platform which will cover multiple games across different points in history. Infinity's first two games are apparently codenamed 'Red' and 'Neo', or 'Hexe'. The former is reportedly set in Japan, while the latter takes place during the witch trials of the Holy Roman Empire. Quite the mix, then.
However, Bloomberg notes that these projects aren't expected to release until 2024 at the earliest — which is interesting. For Ubisoft to reveal this stuff over a year from potential launch dates would mean that it must be pushing for a significant marketing cycle. Again, big plans.
And of course, these Infinity titles will supposedly be unveiled alongside Assassin's Creed Mirage — the next game in the series, which has already been made official.
How does all of this sound to you? Is Infinity something that has your attention? Feel free to bring up Ghost of Tsushima in the comments section below.