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

By GamesRecon

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.

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.

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.