Assassin’s Creed Codename: Jade Leaked Gameplay Hints at Better Mobile Graphics

Assassin's Creed Codename: Jade Leaked Gameplay Hints at Better Mobile Graphics

First alleged gameplay of Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Codename: Jade has surfaced online. The leak shows the mobile role-playing game set in ancient China.

Assassin’s Creed Codename: Jade no longer sneaks through the shadows

Ubisoft calls the game “AAA-RPG”. In the leaked footage, we get a glimpse of what the game might look like in the end. One or the other should be positively surprised, because in contrast to all existing mobile games from Assassin’s Creed, Codename: Jade has significantly better graphics.

im on Reddit published material, the player runs over a wall. You can see how far you can still see into the background and you can observe close-up textures, such as the rock or the wood of a box, in great detail. The fire is alive, the grain of the wooden box close to reality.

In the almost three minutes of gameplay, the player climbs ropes, jumps over small obstacles and fights with guards. He uses two sabers, each of which he wields with one hand. A cutscene is also shown.

The game also seems to use touch controls on the screen. Assumptions also suggest that players are allowed to create their own character. You’ll also have a mini-map at your disposal, and you’ll get visual feedback in battle to let you know when you’re getting hurt. The title also gives you an insight into your dealt damage.

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