Assassin’s Creed Rift: Has Ubisoft Moved the Title?

Ubisoft has stopped developing several games.

A few days ago we reported that Ubisoft canceled numerous games that were in development. In addition to two secret titles, these also included well-known games such as Ghost Recon: Frontline or a VR spin-off from Splinter Cell. During the same presentation, Ubisoft also announced that it had postponed a previously unannounced title. That same title is loud Bloomberg to the next Assassin’s Creed. We recently reported on the title, which is currently supposed to bear the project name Rift. After all, there have been numerous rumors and discussions about where the next installment in the Assassin’s Creed series is actually set.

Where is Assassin’s Creed Rift set?

Both the kingdom of the Aztecs and Baghdad were assumed to be possible settings. It is also believed that Rift was originally intended to be an expansion for Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla. But the company’s dry release calendar probably led to the former DLC becoming a full-price title.

Apparently, however, the responsible Ubisoft studio in Bordeaux asked for more time to complete the game. Bloomberg now mentions a possible publication in the Spring 2023. Previously, February 2023 was circulating through the vastness of the internet as a possible release month. In addition to the Rift, which has not yet been officially announced, at least one other title in the series is currently in development.

With Assassin’s Creed Infinity Ubisoft would like to bring together all previous titles in the series in a live service game and offer different settings in parallel. There were also rumors about this title in terms of the location. So becomes a possible Japan setting suspected for the live service title.

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