Ubisoft has announced a live stream of Assassin’s Creed Celebration for tomorrow, June 14th. random celebration.
Of course, there’s no reason Ubisoft shouldn’t arbitrarily decide to have an Assassin’s Creed celebration tomorrow. We should all celebrate the things we love for no reason. But there are some Assassin’s Creed related projects that could be announced, such as a small-scale spin-off starring Valhalla’s character Basim Ibn Isha, which leaked earlier this year. According to Bloomberg, this as-yet-unnamed game is expected to release later this year or sometime in 2023.
Which seems to rule out any significant information about Assassin’s Creed Infinite falling tomorrow. This is a live service version of the series, with no firm release window announced yet. We probably won’t have any solid information about this project anytime soon.
Ubisoft didn’t host its own event during this year’s non-E3 proceedings, but the publisher has promised something for “later this year”. So far, it’s turning out to be an unusually quiet year for Ubisoft, at least in terms of big hit games, with no new Far Cry or Assassin’s Creed slated for the usual year-end game release rush. O avatar game (opens in new tab) should still arrive in 2022, but it’s been a while between announcements.