Assassin’s Creed Remake Rumors Addressed by Ubisoft
Ubisoft has addressed the various rumors of an Assassin’s Creed remake. It’s a given that the Assassin’s Creed series is quite possibly of the biggest franchise in gaming. Ubisoft has figured out how to develop something that has sold more than 200 million copies and has even stretched past gaming. Until now, there have been books, a true to life film, spin-off games, and presently Netflix is in any event, dealing with a surprisingly realistic series and vivified show. It’s really improbable anybody figured it would turn into this massive multi-media series when it started on Xbox 360 and PS3 in 2007, however we are right here. As of late, there were rumors that Ubisoft would commend the fifteenth anniversary of the series by returning to where everything started, except it seems that may not be precise.
Rumors of an Assassin’s Creed remake have been swirling the entire year, with one in any event, coming from an exact break about Assassin’s Creed Illusion before it had been uncovered. The talk suggested that the recently declared Assassin’s Creed Delusion would be used as an establishment for the remake and it would be remembered for the new game’s season pass. In any case, Ubisoft says no such remake even exists. Assassin’s Creed chief maker Marc-Alexis Côté told Axios in a meeting that there is no remake of the first game or a “crossover” game set in Egypt being developed. Truth be told, it seems Ubisoft spread out the impending Assassin’s all’s Creed games at its Ubisoft Forward occasion.
Whether the new rumors and fan interest will push Ubisoft to remake the game remains to be seen, however it surely seems to be something that players need. Given Assassin’s Creed Boundlessness is supposed to be this huge live-service center point for the fate of the series, perhaps a remake of the first game will release alongside it to start things off. As of the present moment, however, Ubisoft says it’s not working out.