ssins Creed Mirage rules out the story in the present and minimally reduces the presence of mythology
From ssin’s Creed Origins, mythology h gained an increing prominence, to the point that in some deliveries the players have even been able to control gods like Odin. However, ssin’s Creed Mirage, the new installment of the saga, will be more clinging to the earthly and the stories of the pt. In statements to Meditation, the narrative director Sarah Beau lieu h confirmed that there will be less mythological elements . Nor will we live a parallel adventure in the present.
At the beginning of the game, someone anonymous will enter the animus -the machine that allows visualizing events of the pt-and will revive the experiences of Bis in the ninth century A.D., about 20 years before the adventure of Ivor in ssin’s Creed Valhalla. From his time a gross thief to his psage through the Brotherhood, the protagonist will dominate the abilities of the order of the hidden to end his enemies. Bis is the main focus, so no, there is no history of the present.
Acting by visions, one of the few mythological elements appears at the end of the official trailer, when Bis interacts with a strange creature , a genius. It is the only mythological element we have, Beau lieu h admitted. However, it is something that is closely related to what Bis is living in these nightmare visions that he experiences. For the rest, it will be necessary to see if Ubisoft develops not already mythology linked to Arab culture, but the specifically built for the saga. What role will the ISU have in Mirage? It remains to be seen.
for sale in 2023 for consoles and PC
ssin’s Creed Mirage became official before Ubisoft Forward, although the project had already previously leaked in the media and social networks. The title, which will be marketed in 2023 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series S, PC and Google Stadia, is the first of several products that are in production.
Mirage will not be part of the Infinity project, ** the platform that will bring together all the games of the future. Ubisoft Forward Issuance.