Assassin’s Creed Hexe: Will It Bring A New Approach To The Franchise?!

Set in the 16th century Holy Roman Empire, the title will be so dark and scary that it could be Ubisoft’s first horror game…



Assassin’s Creed Mirage is barely half a year old, but Ubisoft’s adventure set in feudal Japan is also on the horizon. Moreover, the Gallic company has many publications waiting to take shape and forge capital from the market. One of these, a spin-off about which little is known but which promises a different experience than usual, is Assassin’s Creed “Codename Hexe”. The latter occurs during the German witch hunts and aims to deliver something terrifying, at least according to Ubisoft.

Assassin’s Creed Jade and Codename Red, adventure games dealing with the eternal war between the Assassins and the Templars, which take us to China and Japan, respectively, are the following games that are said to hit the market.

While one is looking for its place in the mobile market, the other promises a great experience in the series compared to the Mirage.

But Hexe and Invictus are also on the horizon. And the former, it seems, will take a serious risk. According to a Ubisoft developer to the staff of GamePro, the game set in the Holy Roman Empire of the 16th century will not be for everyone: “If you are afraid, don’t play it,” said Clint Hocking, director of Watch Dogs Legion.

What do you mean by all this? The truth is that the Gallic troupe has already mentioned that for the adaptation of the historical phenomenon that took place mainly in Germanic, Anglo-Saxon and French villages, it will process the Europe of the last millennium. This way, you can attract a new audience of horror fans who feel dedicated to the game.

“This is a completely different game from the rest of the series,” added the developer.

But when will Assassin’s Creed Codename Hexe be released? The truth is that Ubisoft’s schedule includes this, Invictus, and a collaboration with Netflix for a smaller game on its platform without a release date. Given that we’re talking about a Mirage-style spin-off, a slightly smaller adventure to fill the void left by the series’ big releases, it’s highly likely that we won’t expect it until after 2025.

Source: GamePro

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