Soon we should look forward to presenting one of the new versions of the popular French series, Assassin’s Creed Rift, which will most likely lead players to the Iraqi capital. Once again, a journalist from Bloomberg’s editorial office spoke about the game.

Ubisoft isn’t giving up on developing Assassin’s Creed, but it’s not just focusing on expanding the Eivor adventure. In 2022 we should not expect a new part of the series, although yesterday the voice was raised again about IP due to unconfirmed reports about the activities of the Aztec Empire.

The situation was commented on by Jason Schreier, who previously revealed the work on Assassin’s Creed Rift – in his opinion, the developers’ plans have not changed and the next game will be the episodic Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. The journalist confirms that the new address will lead the players to Baghdad:

“AC’s next match is Rift, set in Baghdad.”

At the same time, the editor did not fail to mention the additional plans of the French – Next, Ubisoft will introduce Assassin’s Creed Infinity, This is a large-scale project, which, after disclosure by Bloomberg’s editorial board, was confirmed by the producer and publisher. Infinity is to be a great hub that will allow beginners to experience different stories – thanks to which the community will have access to previously released titles and future productions. The new proposal will introduce more mega games like Valhalla, but also smaller, story-focused locations.

“AC Infinity will follow, and although it will have a lot of games/experiences/biomes/whatever you call them, I’ve heard of the two main ones and neither of them were Aztecs.”

Jason Schreyer disagrees with the latest leak, according to which we may learn about the Aztec Empire in the future.

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