Ubisoft is rumored to be bringing the style of successful FromSoftware games to the upcoming Assassin’s Creed game.
About Assassin’s Creed: Red, Ubisoft has officially announced that it will be set in feudal Japan, and in the video embedded below, the guy named j0nathan has more to say. Since he’s given detailed information about the previous parts of the series several times before, it’s worth considering what he’s talking about this time, but we’ll summarize the basic elements anyway.
According to him, the map of Assassin’s Creed: Red will be larger than that of Valhalla (it cannot be compared to Mirage, because it offers a smaller area), but we should not think of dimensions similar to those of Odyssey. There will be fewer signposts and handshakes, and this is no coincidence, as this is how the French publisher wanted to elevate the style of FromSoftware’s successful Elden Ring game. That’s it
It may turn out that gy is a change, because up until now almost every point on the games’ maps has been highlighted in one way or another by Ubisoft!
According to the leaker, there will also be a “stance line” in Assassin’s Creed: Red, but this concept may not be lifted by Ubisoft from Elden Ring, but from another FromSoftware game, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. There was also the fact that we reset that bar, and our opponent became unstable, allowing him to attack. In the new AC, according to the leaker, the defensive ability of our opponents will be much better than before, so we can expect more intense battles.
The game’s main characters, Naoi and Yasuke, will be able to use different abilities and fight or hide differently. The female shinobi can use kunai, shuriken, smoke bombs, and bells, while Yasuke’s abilities are still unknown. They can both use the claw to reach higher, and they can also lie flat in the grass to hide. There will also be a new spy system where you can hire enemy spies if you attack their camp and leave them alive.
Of course, this is not official yet. The release date for Assassin’s Creed: Red is not yet known, so we will have to wait at least another year.