Ubisoft is going all out on the Assassin's Creed franchise folks! Alongside Mirage, which has just received its first trailer, the developer has named two more mainline Assassin's Creed titles coming after 2023, and one is finally set in Feudal-era Japan.
That'll be 'Codename Red', which appears to be the first in line for launch after 2023's Assassin's Creed Mirage. Codename Red is set in the highly requested time period of Feudal Japan, and it'll let you "live a very powerful Shinobi fantasy". It's also described as "the next evolution of Assassin’s Creed’s open-world RPG design".
Following Mirage and Codename Red, Ubisoft already has plans for another Assassin's Creed game, currently dubbed 'Codename Hexe'. The team didn't reveal quite as much about Hexe, aside from it being further along the AC roadmap, but we've dropped its first teaser trailer down below. Give us your theories about it in the comments!
Both Codename Red & Codename Hexe will be under the 'Assassin's Creed Infinity' banner, which appears to be a separate 'hub' that'll link old and new Assassin's Creed titles together under one roof. Ubisoft talked about including a standalone Assassin's Creed multiplayer experience within Infinity, but nothing concrete was announced there.
Finally, you may have also spotted 'Codename Jade' on the above roadmap. Well, that title is a mobile effort set in Ancient China, but as it's currently unannounced for Xbox, we're not quite as interested in it. Still, Ubisoft appears to be including Jade within its 'Infinity' banner, and it looks like your typical open world Assassin's Creed game.
What do you make of all this AC news? Excited, overwhelmed, or both? Leave your thoughts down below!