Assassin’s Creed 15th Anniversary Livestream Broadcasting


It’s been almost fifteen years since the first Assassin’s Creed appeared. Ubisoft is therefore hosting a special live stream tonight to celebrate the franchise’s anniversary, possibly looking into the future.

The Assassin’s Creed franchise has grown into Ubisoft’s largest franchise by far in a relatively short period of time. Since the first appearance of Altaïr Ibn-La’Ahad in Assassin’s Creed, the games have managed to attract millions of players every time.

As the franchise is approaching its fifteenth anniversary, Ubisoft is suddenly launching a special Assassin’s Creed Celebration Livestream tonight. The publisher and developer announced this on Monday evening. The Assassin’s Creed live stream will start at 6:00 PM Dutch time. You can follow the event on the Ubisoft YouTube channel or the Twitch channel.

What Will The Assassin’s Creed Livestream show?

So far, Ubisoft has shared few details about the live stream other than the essential information. It may simply be a celebration of the old Assassin’s Creed games, but it is of course also the perfect opportunity for the publisher to show the future of the franchise.

In terms of content, Ubisoft is done with Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and it is still unknown what the next game in the series will be. Assassin’s Creed Infinity has been announced, but that game seems to be a bit further in the future. There are also rumors that an expansion for Valhalla will be turned into a full game, with Assassin Basim in the lead role.

Ubisoft has announced a special Assassin’s Creed 15th Anniversary Celebration Livestream, which will include a look back at the franchise’s history as well as a few teasers for what’s coming later this year.

The live stream will begin at 9 a.m. PT/5 p.m. BST/6 p.m. CEST. In terms of what it’ll really contain, we’d be shocked if there’s anything Switch-related in there; Ubisoft is more than likely to focus on Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and its recently announced Discovery Tour companion. We’re also hoping to learn more about upcoming comics, books, and other media, as well as get a preview of the highly anticipated Assassin’s Creed Infinity.

Nonetheless, we’ll keep our fingers crossed. It would be fantastic to see the original Assassin’s Creed get a modern upgrade for current systems, which could lead to a Switch release in the future. Otherwise, we recommend keeping your expectations low for this one.

The Assassins Creed Celebration event just ended, kicking off the Ubisoft series’ 15th-anniversary celebrations.

While the much-anticipated Assassins Creed Infinity was not unveiled during today’s presentation, we may have learned when it will be.

In September, Ubisoft will throw a “very unique” event that will announce the Assassins Creed franchise’s future.

What will be announced is a mystery, as the Assassins Creed Twitter account, which first revealed the event, is keeping its cards close to its breast.

For quite some time, rumors have been circulating about the next Assassins Creed game, which is rumored to be dubbed Infinity.

Infinity, like Origins before it, is intended to represent a major departure from the Assassins Creed formula.

Infinity is expected to be a live service game with multiplayer elements that spans various time periods.

Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier initially reported on the initiative in July of last year.

“Whereas previous Assassin’s Creed games each unfolded in specific historical settings such as ancient Greece or Ptolemaic Egypt, Infinity will contain multiple settings with room to expand to others in the months and years following its debut, said the people, who asked not to be identified discussing a project under development, said the people, who asked not to be identified discussing a project under development.”

“Each game on the platform will have its own appearance and feel, but they will all be connected.”

With this new approach to Assassins Creed, Ubisoft is reportedly hoping to replicate the success of other live service games like Fortnite and GTA Online.

Aside from Infinity, another Assassins Creed game, codenamed Rift, is said to be in the works.

Basim Ibn Ishaq, a Valhalla figure, is said to be the focus of this.

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