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Henderson: Assassin’s Creed Infinity is a service hub for games in the series with cosmetics and battle passes

Insider and journalist Tom Henderson has revealed new details about the Assassin’s Creed Infinity hub , which Jason Schreier first told about back in 2021. Henderson saw the title live, thanks to a demonstration from an anonymous source.



As the journalist writes, Assassin’s Creed Infinity is a service hub from which users will launch full-fledged games in the series like Red, Hexe and Invictus. Switching between games takes seconds, and gameplay picks up right where you left off.


The game service Assassin’s Creed Infinity will be presented in the format of a story in the modern world. Here players will be able to buy cosmetics for the heroes of the same Red, as well as gain access to a mechanic called “Projects” – this is the local equivalent of battle passes.



Battle passes will guarantee players various cosmetics, and leveling up an element will be accompanied by some kind of narrative component. Passes will appear regularly in Assassin’s Creed Infinity – they will be tied to DLC and new games in the series.


Henderson writes that a major Assassin’s Creed game within Infinity will appear every two years, with smaller releases planned in between. Red will be released in 2024, multiplayer Invictus in 2025, Hexe in 2026.


According to an insider, Assassin’s Creed Hexe will be the darkest part of the series. The main character will be the woman Elsa.

It is also reported that Ubisoft is working on two remakes of the old Assassin’s Creed. One is Black Flag, codenamed Obsidian. The second is unknown and is planned for the end of the decade.


Ubisoft, according to Henderson, is also working on Nebula (Aztecs, India, Mediterranean), Raid (PvE co-op for four) and Echoes (another multiplayer).


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