Ubisoft announced its next core Assassin's Creed game back in September when it unveiled Assassin's Creed Mirage to the world, set in the city of Baghdad. At the time, the company only attached a "2023" release window to Mirage, with no further details on a proper release date revealed at the time. However, a new report suggests the upcoming title may be aiming for an August launch, following internal delays.
Insider Gaming is reporting that Assassin's Creed Mirage is gunning, or should we say "swooping", for an August release window on all platforms. According to the report, the window is subject to change, and has already seen multiple delays, with the game once rumoured to be landing in Spring 2023 instead.