Assassin’s Creed Reds The female protagonist has apparently been leaked online. According to Eurogamer, Ubisoft writer Pierre Boudreau inadvertently set his LinkedIn header image To feature the unnamed lead, who is seen wearing the iconic hooded cloak against a red background, while wielding a katana. The original photo featuring the signature logo has been replaced with an image of Ivor, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Hero This aligns with the studio’s own claims from a 2022 presentation, where it confirmed that players will be sent to feudal Japan for its upcoming installment, which is said to revisit open-world RPG elements.
Currently, Assassin’s Creed codenamed Red has no release date, although a 2024 window was rumored earlier this year, which Ubisoft’s Annual launch cycle formula. a Insider Gaming reports also revealed that the game will feature two main characters — the The aforementioned female shinobi and an African refugee-turned-samurai who appears to be inspired by the real-life Yasuke, who was active during the Sengoku period in Japan. It’s unclear how these two characters will co-exist in the game – we can play as both or choose either at the start, similar to Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, see remains. Despite the controversial return to the open-world style, it seems that Assassin’s Creed Red will be heavy on stealth, as players hide in the shadows and fire torches from afar.
Ubisoft Quebec – known for development Assassin’s Creed Odyssey — Directed by Jonathan Dumont to produce Assassin’s Creed Red. It’s part of the publisher’s upcoming Central Hub Assassin’s Creed Infinity, which is designed to tie together a bunch of different AC titles with plans for some distinct multiplayer experiences in the future. “Infinity is going to be the hub that brings our diverse experiences and our players together in a meaningful way,” said Marc-Alexis Cote, VP, Assassin’s Creed. 2022 Ubisoft Forward Event, at the time, Ubisoft had confirmed a dark entry in the AC franchise, codenamed Hexe, which was set amid the witch trials during the final stages of the Holy Roman Empire. A teaser was also dropped for it, which revealed a talisman in the forest, which had the shape of Assassin’s Creed the logo
Earlier this month, the publisher launched Assassin’s Creed MirageWhich became Ubisoft’s Biggest new-gen launch ever In terms of unit sales, within a week. During that time, the players collectively took 60 million leaps of faith and spent 479 years parked on the rooftops of ninth-century Baghdad. We’ve also got a launch date for long-gestating Assassin’s Creed VR Project, called Nexus, will be seen from the perspective of three iconic assassins from the series — Ezio Auditore, Connor Kenway and Cassandra. The game is available for pre-order now Meta Quest VR and launch 16th November,