Recently, a 90-minute gameplay footage of Assassin’s Creed Mirage was leaked and is now available for viewing.
An individual who managed to get hold of an early copy of Assassin’s Creed Mirage has chosen to disclose nearly 90 minutes of gameplay from the upcoming Ubisoft title.
Assassin’s Creed Mirage Gameplay Footage Leak
Initially, the leaker posted approximately 13 minutes of gameplay, but it was eventually removed due to a DMCA takedown. Subsequently, the leaker uploaded over an hour and a half of gameplay a few hours ago. The footage, as anticipated, contains significant spoilers from the game, showcasing everything from missions and side quests to the game’s user interface. It even includes complete cutscenes, offering a glimpse into the main story.
In the leaked footage, you can observe the explorer navigating the Ancient Egypt setting. Additionally, the video provides a glimpse of the HUD and menu selections, including a view of the Abilities section, which closely resembles Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
Take a look at it in the video below before it potentially gets taken down. We have also attached a subsequent link in case the original video gets removed.
Only last night, we received an intriguing update on the tile during the Apple Wonderlust 2023 event, announcing the arrival of Assassin’s Creed Mirage on the iPhone 15 Pro series. This leak could potentially prove quite detrimental to Ubisoft, considering the game is less than a month away from its official release.
What to expect from Assassin’s Creed Mirage?
AC Mirage is scheduled to launch on October 5 for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC. For PC gamers, it’s worth noting that the game won’t be accessible on Steam. Instead, it must be acquired and downloaded directly from Ubisoft or through the Epic Games Store.
That being said, despite the RPG-oriented direction taken by titles like Origins and Valhalla over the past six years, Ubisoft has expressed confidence about how players will receive the return to the older style in Assassin’s Creed Mirage. In fact, in anticipation of the Assassin’s Creed Mirage release date, Ubisoft believes it will be well-received.
Mirage represents a certain risk for Ubisoft, and its success remains uncertain. How will players react to spending less time with a game after Assassin’s Creed became so expansive? Fans highly believe that Mirage is shaping up to offer a more focused and significant experience. Nevertheless, it still retains some Ubisoft traits, including an overloaded map screen, so don’t anticipate a departure from that aspect.
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