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Topic: Assassin’s Creed Mirage - Everything You Need to Know
Steve Farrelly
AusGamers Editor
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Location: Sydney, New South Wales

A new Assassin's Creed experience will be with us in 2023, though it's set to borrow much more from the franchise's beginnings than the more recent open-world offerings like Valhalla.

Get set to jaunt through Golden Age Baghdad in Assassin's Creed Mirage.

Though the game itself is still a ways off, we managed to get quite a lot of information from both the official Ubisoft Forward presentation as well as a run through with developer, Ubisoft Bordeaux, about what makes Mirage tick.

Here's a snippet:
We’re yet to see any actual gameplay from Mirage, but even from the CG trailer there’s a fair bit that can be gleaned:

The young Basim might not be immediately capable in parkour, and it’s likely he will also go through actual training after being invited to join the Brotherhood. We’ll get a full Baghdad to play within where you’ll perform important assassinations utilising such new tools as smoke bombs and traps. Your bird companion will be an eagle and will have more functionality in various aspects of gameplay; more so than any previous feathered friends. Fire will also be a new tool through which the dev team will introduce new dangers, perhaps by propagation and environmental destruction.

Mirage will also have an even greater emphasis on stealth, which has been relegated to long grass more recently than anything else, so how deep it goes will be interesting to see...
Click here for our full breakdown of what to expect in Assassin's Creed Mirage.
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