Ubisoft has shared the news that will come soon to its main franchises, such as the closed betas to the mobile games The Division Resurgence and Rainbow Six Mobile, the multiplayer experience of Just Dance and the new Assassin’s Creed title.
Ubisoft held its Ubisoft Forward event this Saturday, where it shared news of the title for Nintendo Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope. On this occasion, the company has shared more details about the gameplay, with one of the game’s missions, one that they have “very much enjoyed creating”.
This mission takes the team of heroes to Terraflora, a planet hit by a drought. Mario and the others must get the world to flourish again by exploring this planet, discovering its secrets, fighting enemies and collecting items. In this context, the company has shown the possibilities of combos in combat.
The company has assured that after the launch of this game, there will continue to be new content. And it has anticipated the arrival of a new character later: Rayman.
Skull and Bones (November 8), the game that allows you to live the bloodiest pirate life, in which a new breed of pirates sails the seas that show no mercy, weaving a clandestine commercial network, which can make your ship keep sailing or end up at the bottom of the sea.
The player must build a reputation as a pirate and smuggler, and fight off rogue pirates who want to plunder their loot. To get a ship, and maintain it, weapons, armor and its care become essential.
This title, currently in the Insider program, will arrive on November 8, with cross-play since its launch.
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 will have two major updates later this year: Season 10, which will introduce more difficulty levels for Countdown, and Season 11, which will continue the story and bring in a new ally.
Ubisoft has also announced the development of The Division Year 5 and The Division: Heartkand, a stand-alone experience, in which the user takes on the role of a Division agent to protect the town of Silver Creek from enemy factions. It will incorporate new characters and plots.
It has also announced The Division Resurgence, the mobile game with counter-clockwise missions that will have a closed beta in the fall. There will also be a closed beta (September 12) Rainbow Six Mobile, a free game designed from scratch for mobile phones, which will transfer the Rainbow Six universe to other platforms.
Ubisoft has also announced an alliance with Netflix, to bring three games to the streaming content platform: Valiant Hearts 2, Mighty Quest and Assassin’s Creed, which will be available next year for subscribers in the Netflix app.
Trackmania arrived on PC two years ago and in early 2023 it will be extended to other cloud gaming platforms and services.
RockSmith+, the subscription service for learning to play guitar, which includes new songs every month, is now available. And for dancers, a new era of Just Dance, with a renewed experience that allows you to discover playlists and new characters, and enjoy an online multiplayer experience.
The Assassin’s Creed saga celebrates this year its 15 years since the launch of the first game. Under the motto ‘a leap into history’, Ubisoft has not overlooked this celebration at its Forward event, and has taken the opportunity to show what lies ahead for one of the most popular franchises.
The new game, Assassin’s Creed: Mirage, will star Basim Ibn Ishaq, who vows to leave his life to start a new one in the shadows as an assassin for the Brotherhood. He is set in Baghdad, 20 years before Valhalla.
Along with Basim, there will also be his mentor, Roshan, and historical characters will appear during the game. And elements such as stealth, parkour and assassination will gain importance, while with this title, and to celebrate the 15th anniversary, Mirage offers a return to the origins of the saga.
Assassin’s Creed: Mirage will arrive in 2023, but those who buy it in advance will be able to get the exclusive mission The 40 Thieves.
On the other hand, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla will receive The Last Chapter, a free mission that links several of the plots developed throughout the game.
They have also announced the first Assassin’s Creed mobile game: Codename Jade, set in ancient China, in the year 215 BC. an open world game that will allow you to parkour along the Great Wall.
Finally, the company has taken a “leap into the future” to present Codename: Red, a premium game in development that will allow you to explore feudal Japan. And he has confirmed that he is still working on Codename: iInfinity, where they are investigating the return to multiplayer experiences.
Source: Europa Press