Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Baghdad to Launch in Spring 2023Sat, 08 6th 2022, 12:00:00 AM Posted By Nimi Qaisar
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- Assassin’s Creed Baghdad launch has been delayed again from February 2023.
- Tentative months for Assassin’s Creed Baghdad Rift launch are May-June 2023.
- To fill up Ubisoft’s thin schedule the game has been turned into a standalone game.
After a heated discussion & long wait, Ubisoft Entertainment SA has officially released a tentative date for the launch of New Assassin's Creed Baghdad with a codenamed Rift. Initially, it was planned as an expansion to 2020's Assassin's Creed Valhalla version.
But the date expansion along with the idea to make Assassin’s Creed Baghdad the stand-alone game lead the company to adjust that in the fiscal year. News has been released by the Bloomberg report, that the game will arrive between the May-June period of 2023.
People have been already glued to all the series of Assasin’s Creed. Their mind-boggling storylines with HD graphics just imbibe in your head entirely.
What Will Happen To Assassin’s Creed Baghdad Release?
This Middle East-inspired game will now be a standalone, full-fledged project, with strong hopes compared to the recent sprawling, open-world entries. Though the dates to release the Rift is on track but it could fall into Summer 2023 if the creators tried more enchanting changes to the game.
Also, Frontiers of Pandora, which has been introduced as a collaborative effort with Disney, was supposed to release this autumn. But last week, Ubisoft pushed that launch back to a tentative 2023–24 years. Probably, the creators of Assassins Creed Baghdad are highly motivated to give all their power into one game this time.
That means this AAA game publisher will have two remarkable releases this year. The pirate game, entitled Skull, and Bones and a popular Nintendo Switch exclusive Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope. And we know how long that took! It also went through a difficult developmental process and delays too. But the result was surely worth-while.
Details related to a separate Assassin's Creed title, codenamed Project Red, was released last week. The details were vague but according to several games reporters & renowned RPG designer Jeff Grubb, the game is based in feudal Japan and follows an RPG format, just like we saw in modern Assassin's Creed games. Project Red is a part of the Assassin's Creed Infinity launch. Ubisoft considers that as its live-service platform for future entries.
Yesterday, Ubisoft said in addition to Avatar it's delayed a "smaller unannounced premium game." That game is Assassin's Creed Rift, Bloomberg News has confirmed, bumped from February to spring. Leaves Ubisoft with an anemic lineup for this fiscal year https://t.co/l8isA17bUm
— Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) July 22, 2022
In response to a Reddit post, Bloomberg reporter Jason Schreier also confirmed that Project Red will release after Assassin's Creed Baghdad. So, keep your fingers crossed! Hopefully, you’ll meet the newly Middle Eastern Assassins in the Spring of 2022.
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