Ubisoft is scheduling an event in September for the next Assassin’s Creed and other projects

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Ubisoft announced that she will present her upcoming projects on September 10 this year. At the event, the company is expected to reveal what it plans to do with the Assassin’s Creed franchise and also announce a few remakes of its past projects. Here’s what to expect from the upcoming event.

Here’s what to expect from Ubisoft’s September event

According to Ubisoft’s Youssef Maguid, the company plans to launch several games and projects around the world. The special event will take place in September and will see some information on some of its major projects like Assassin’s Creed.

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Ubisoft is currently preparing for two projects in the Assassin’s Creed franchise, one of them would offer a live multiplayer experience, while the other should be a standalone series. The first is codenamed “Infinity” and the second is codenamed “Rift”.

Other than that, there are no details about these two projects. But other than that, Ubisoft is considering redoing some of its titles. A possible Assassin’s Creed I is expected by fans. Unfortunately, society is pretty much the same, for now.

Another remake or remastered game that should arrive soon is the Prince of Persia. It has been reported that Ubisoft has been working on its remake for quite some time now and it is expected to launch after April 2023.

That said, we can expect Ubisoft to tease or give us some information about the remake during its September event.

Other than that, Ubisoft will be hosting a show for its upcoming open-world pirate game Skull and Bones on July 7, which is tomorrow. Along with the gameplay, we can expect a release schedule for the game. Although unconfirmed, some rumors suggest that the game will go official in November this year.

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