Assassin’s Creed Mirage has been delayed until 2024, according to a report on a dater [aggiornata]
Based on some clues Assassin’s Creed Mirage may have been Postponed to 2024Or at least that is the conclusion one comes to data minerpossibly also with The Crew Motorfest.
Well-known leaker Tom Henderson has tried to get to the bottom of the matter, speaking to several people who told him how Assassin’s Creed Mirage still has an internal release period set for the end of August, while The Crew Motorfest should arrive in September.
Henderson’s conclusion, therefore, is that the rumors that have begun to circulate in the past few hours are based more than anything else on an assumption linked to the well-known tradition of delays and postponements of the Ubisoft house, rather than concrete and legitimate data: we’ll see. Under the original news tweet.
There’s nothing official about it, but according to Twitter user ScriptLeaksR6, who would have made the statements in question, both games could have been delayed to 2024, without an announcement from Ubisoft to the public. It’s not clear what the user gleaned from the information in question, but Insider-Gaming, Tom Henderson’s website, reports that this may also have happened in connection with The Crew: Motorfest.
Among the information that has come out, there is the fact that Assassin’s Creed Mirage is running a system “old” engine, so to speak: in essence, it will not be a technological development compared to the engines used in the latest chapters of the series. This could also go along with wanting to propose a chapter in keeping with the classic tradition of the series.
Previously, Henderson himself had reported the potential launch month for Assassin’s Creed Mirage which appeared to be August 2023, but the hypothesis of a delay is increasingly making its way in, pending official communications from Ubisoft.
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