Assassin’s Creed Mirage Unveiled at Ubisoft Forward Including Trailer, Coming to PS4, PS5 in 2023

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The long-awaited Assassin’s Creed Mirage unveiled finally at Ubisoft Forward, along with a first trailer. It will launch exclusively for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 in 2023. The character, Basim Ibn Ishaq, is shown in the teaser growing from a modest criminal into an expert assassin.

The preview reveals that Roshan initiated Basim into the Hidden Ones, the group that would eventually become the Assassin Brotherhood. The half-constructed stronghold of Alamut serves as the setting for Basim’s training as a Hidden One under the guidance of Roshan. The building has been mentioned by Assassin’s Creed fans for years, although no one has glimpsed it in the game.

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The events of Assassin’s Creed Mirage occur twenty years before the time of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and a whole decade before the Hidden Ones morphed into the Assassin Brotherhood. Basim’s transformation into a Hidden One is reflected by the cutting of his left finger, which took place at Alamut.

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Basim takes down an Ancient One and engages in an exciting chase scene that concludes the trailer. He could kill everyone through a combination of subtlety and impressive climbing skills. He possesses a hunting bird’s movement, quickness, and deadly precision.

It appears that Assassin’s Creed: Mirage will revert to the game’s more straightforward fundamentals by placing a greater emphasis on espionage, parkour, traversal, and assassination plots, along with a closely woven and concentrated storyline. However, this would be the case with all Assassin’s Creed games before the introduction of Assassin’s Creed Origins, which pioneered the series’ current open-world, action, and role-playing format.

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Furthermore, it is expected that it’s going to be a more budget-friendly game. Pre-orders for the base digital version can be made for $49.99 (or £44.99). That confirms what has been leaking recently: that the initiative is more narrowly focused than thought initially.

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