Assassin’s Creed Red: Alleged stealth focus with samurai and shinobi


With Assassin’s Creed Red Ubisoft fulfills a long-awaited wish: finally a large series part in Japan. Many more details are not officially known yet. An insider is now providing fresh information.

This is none other than Tom Henderson, who is considered to be well connected in the industry and has often been right with his reports in the past. Now he wants information about Assassin’s Creed Red that sounds realistic. Nevertheless, it is true that these are not officially confirmed details.

Assassin’s Creed Red: Featuring Shinobi and Samurai

Like Henderson at Insiders Gaming reportedly there are two different playable characters in Assassin’s Creed Red: a samurai and a shinobi. The former is said to be female and have already been shown in the teaser trailer accompanying the announcement. The shinobi, on the other hand, is said to be male and an African refugee who joins the order of the Assassins.

Henderson didn’t find out whether you play both characters and change regularly or whether you have to decide for one of the two at the beginning. Both options have already been implemented in the Assassin’s Creed series: In Assassin’s Creed Syndicate did you switch between the protagonists while you were in Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey had to decide at the beginning.

Meanwhile, Henderson continues to say that Assassin’s Creed Red will have a strong focus on stealth. Among other things, you should be able to hide corpses and turn off lights to better hide from enemies. Henderson draws comparisons to Splinter Cell and Hitman in this regard.

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release? Still some time away

If you feel a little keen on Assassin’s Creed Red given the information from Tom Henderson, you still have to be patient. only in Fall 2024 According to Henderson, the game should appear if it is not even postponed internally to 2025.

But Assassin’s Creed Red is by no means the only part of the series currently being developed by Ubisoft. Should be this year Assassin’s Creed Mirage will be released, which primarily wants to reflect on the origins of the series. In addition, should many more games are in developmentwhich should enable a constant supply of content over the next few years.