Thanks to today’s Ubisoft Forward event, Assassin’s Creed fans have a lot to look forward to and a more advanced map of the direction the series will take than ever before. That’s thanks to Ubisoft announcing several new games, in addition to a TV show, a new platform, and more exciting new releases that are set to come to the franchise.
With so much new content in different forms circulating, it can be difficult to keep up with everything or know when everything is going to be released. Thankfully, even without specific release dates for the vast majority of content announced on Ubisoft Forward, the publisher has still provided a roadmap for fans to keep track of all new titles and upcoming projects in the franchise.
Here is every Assassin’s Creed upcoming project, in order of the projects most likely release date.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: The Final Chapter
Valhalla will receive its final DLC at the end of 2022, according to Ubisoft’s roadmap they released during Ubisoft Forward. The DLC will conclude the saga of Eivor and wrap up the remaining narrative threads in Valhalla.
The last chapter is a free update for Valhalla players, and offers an Eivor set to leave Ravensthorpe and the Raven Clan in favor of “distant shores”. Wherever the adventure takes you, it’s sure to be an epic conclusion for the Viking assassin.
Assassin’s Creed Mirage
Assassin’s Creed Mirage is the next standalone title to be released in the series, and is currently slated for release in 2023. The game will feature a familiar face for players to sneak past, with Valhalla the character of Basim is about to play in his own game.
Set decades before the events of Valhalla, Mirage will be set in Baghdad in the midst of the Islamic Golden Age, and players will follow Basim’s journey from young street thief to full-fledged assassin. Ubisoft said that Mirage will be more of a throwback to the original games, featuring a dense city with a narrative and gameplay revolving around stealth and assassination, rather than the massive, open-ended RPGs that have dominated the franchise of late.
Codename Assassin’s Creed Jade
Past Miragethere is no official way to tell which one Assassin’s Creed The project will come next, as all other titles are listed as “one on the horizon” in Ubisoft’s roadmap, and have no official release window. If we had to guess which project comes first after Miragehowever, this is probably the new mobile game, Codename Jade.
Set in ancient China, Jade is the only other Assassin’s Creed title featured on Ubisoft Forward which featured a trailer longer than a few seconds, in-engine gameplay footage, and a look at an Assassin character. Jade aims to bring a AAA Assassin’s Creed mobile experience for the first time, with players able to create their own Assassin characters, according to a report from VGC. Judging by the footage leaked on Ubisoft Forward, it’s clear that this game is further along in development than several other projects, and looks like a decent bet to release in 2024 or 2025.
Codename Assassin’s Creed Red
Codename Red finally bring Assassin’s Creed set in feudal Japan, and will be the franchise’s next big “flagship” game, similar to Valhalla Where Odyssey. While it is possible that Red could arrive in 2024, it seems more likely that the title will arrive in 2025, two years after the release of Mirage.
Given the two-year gap between the last two major games, Valhalla and Odysseya similar development gap and period would make sense for Red. Each time it is released, players will be able to live out their ninja dreams, as the Assassin world collides with the shinobi of Japan.
Assassin’s Creed Infinity
Rather than a game Infinite is a platform, or a “hub”, as Ubisoft calls it. This hub will be a place that connects the future Assassin’s Creed games, and from which players will be able to access their Assassin’s Creed Games.
There’s no word on when Infinite will be released, but it seems likely that Ubisoft will want the platform ready to go when its next major title is released. It could mean that it came out parallel Redor he could wait until the next big one THAT output after, linking the two games and showing Infiniteintended use.
Codename Assassin’s Creed Hexe
Hex looks like a big change for Assassin’s Creedgiven the horror aesthetic teased in the short trailer released for the game. The word “hexe” is a German word meaning “witch” or “witch,” and judging by all those runes and the heptagram surrounding the scary twig Assassin’s Creed symbol, this codename seems right on the money.
Little has been revealed about Hexbut Assassin’s Creed bigwig Marc-Alexis Côté called the game “a different experience in terms of gameplay and game structure”. He also mentioned that the game is “a bit more advanced”, but will eventually release during Codename Redactive content cycle. Hexthe version of should also be the latest that Infinite will become available.
Codename Assassin’s Creed Invictus
Invictus is one of the projects we know the least about, and it wasn’t even mentioned by name in the Ubisoft Forward presentation. It’s mentioned in multiple reports, though, and it will be Ubisoft’s attempt to reintegrate multiplayer gameplay into Assassin’s Creed as a standalone title. More than any other title, Invictus seems strongly dependent on Infinite be functional, which means players probably shouldn’t expect to see the game until the THAT hub is officially released.
Assassin’s Creed Netflix series and mobile game
In addition to all the new video games announced in Ubisoft Forward, Ubisoft also announced that they were making a mobile game in partnership with Netflix, which is an extension of their partnership that they previously revealed a few years ago when Netflix and Ubisoft originally announced the live action Assassin’s Creed TV shows.
These projects are both in early development, which leaves little indication of when they will be released. The series release and the Netflix mobile game are probably more connected to each other than to any other Assassin’s Creed out of the game.