As you probably already know, some older Assassin’s Creed titles have a multiplayer dimension. This is, for example, the case of the opus Unity. However, since Ubisoft has reworked the Assassin’s Creed formula, with Origins in particular, multiplayer has, unfortunately, been erased from the equation. This is about to change.

An Assassin’s Creed multiplayer opus announced

Indeed, Ubisoft recently published its results for the first half of 2022-2023. In said document, we learn that the license will benefit from a multiplayer standalone, which currently responds to the code name “Project Invictus” and which will be directly linked to another multiplayer project, but rather comparable to a hub, Infinity. Moreover, according to the information shared, it is a team made up of veterans who have worked on For Honor  who is in charge of its development.

[…] Additionally, a team, including For Honor veterans, is currently working on bringing multiplayer back to Assassin’s Creed with a standalone, via Infinity, codenamed Project Invictus […]

It’s a safe bet that Project Invictus won’t be released for several years. For the time being, Ubisoft has not provided any further details regarding this next multiplayer opus, immersed in the Assassin’s Creed universe. Of course, we will keep you informed as soon as new information becomes available.

It should also be remembered that other video game projects for the said franchise were announced during the Ubisoft Forward for the month of September 2022. Shortly before the conference, Assassin’s Creed Mirage  had been formalized. The title, inviting us to embody Basim, arrives next year on most gaming platforms.

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