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Happy 15th anniversary at the Assassins Creed franchise

It has already been fifteen years since the Assassin’s Creed franchise has started and the oldest of you have probably started their experience in this universe with Altaïr. Well, Ubisoft has just announced the start of the 15th anniversary of Assassin’s Creed by sharing a video with amateurs. We learn that Aubisoft prepare a few things to thank the community of players. Ubisoft therefore plans to offer surprises, collaborations, awards and also special events to celebrate with the players. This will be on all the franchise games, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla at the very first Assassin’s Creed.

The top start of the celebrations is launched today with the community through the dedicated website: and a live stream on Twitch and YouTube. The Development teams of Assassin’s Creed hope that fans will appreciate these celebrations and meet them next September for a very special event during which the future of Assassin’s Creed will be unveiled.


As of today, players will be able to access new free content for year 2 of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, including the return of festivals, set 2 of the master’s degree as well as the functionality of Arsenal. In addition, this summer the players will also be able to take part in Odin’s trip, inspired by the Rogue-Lite genre. This trip will lead them to the Niflheim region and will introduce the new game mode the forgotten saga. The latter will offer a whole new approach to the gameplay.

In the fall, players will be able to discover new caves to explore to resolve the mystery of the tombs of the death. in the form of a free chapter for all players.

Infin, to celebrate the 15 years of Assassin’s Creed, a game will be honored each week and will offer players new content, awards and interactive experiences for all on the dedicated website launched today: Assassinscreed15. com. To start, several Assassin’s Creed® Origins tattoos as well as a naval pack are now available in Assassin’s Creed® Valhalla.



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Assassin s Creed Infinity will not be free to play

Earlier this summer, Ubisoft formally announced ssassin s Creed Infinity, which is a new version of the beloved Action Franchise and Adventures of the Editor. In particular, this new version of the series will now focus on live service functions that would be present in infinito. As such, many fans had the impression that a live service assassin s game could end up being free. However, it turns out that this will not be the case.

Disconadened by Ubisoft s own CEO, Yves Guillemot today during a profit call with investors, it became clear that Assassin s Creed Infinity will not be a free game despite its live service structure. It will not be a free game and this game will have many narrative elements, said Guillemot. Ubisoft s financial director then emphasized that, in general, infinite is still in the early stages of its development, which means that it is likely that we do not see anything substantial for quite some time.


Despite having very little of what depart, Guillemot provided some more details about what Assassin s Creed Infinity will really be looking like. It s going to be a very innovative game, but it will have what the players already have in all the games of Assassin s Creed, all the elements that they love from the beginning, he said. It s going to be a huge game, but with many elements that already exist in the games we publish in the past.

All in all, Ubisoft has continued to emphasize that infinito will continue to have much in common with the previous titles of Assassin s Creed despite having live service components. It remains to be seen if this ends up sounding true or not, but hopefully we should see more about the title in a short time.

What are your feelings about ssassin s creed infinity based on what they have told us so far? Are you interested in playing this new entry of the series even if Ubisoft is mixing the formula a bit? Let me know all your thoughts in the comments or contact me on Twitter in @ mooreman12.

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