Assassin’s Creed Infinity is the codename that refers to the multiplayer game as a service that Ubisoft is creating, based on the saga Assassin’s Creed, and what to cover “multiple few”. The French company, which has just got off to a very bad start after the announcement of Tom Clancy’s XDefiant, you are now encouraged to share more details about Infinity. Apparently the game respect the narrative legacy that characterizes the original saga, although adding content and changing over time as happens with GTA Online O Fortnite.
Assassin’s Creed Infinity respect the saga’s DNA
During his recent meeting with investors for the first quarter last Tuesday, Ubisoft CFO Frdrick Duguet took it upon himself to rate Assassin’s Creed Infinity as an “exciting and ambitious project for the saga.” In this sense, he has also indicated that the company is “committed to staying true to the DNA of Assassin’s Creed, which means that we will arrive with high-quality narrative experiences. “
In turn, Duguet added: “Regarding the code name of the project Infinity, have exciting plans for the future that have the potential to significantly expand both the brand’s reach and recurring profile while staying true to the legacy of Assassin’s Creeds from rich narrative experiences. It is in the early stages of development and we will share more details in due course. “
“An exciting and ambitious project”
The first time we heard about this project was thanks to Bloomberg: The outlet stated earlier this month that Assassin’s Creed Infinity consists in a massively multiplayer game that will evolve over time as live services do. While each delivery of Assassin’s Creed has been established in a specific period of history, the truth is that Infinity choose to offer multiple few to users.
After the leak, Ubisoft itself confirmed that they were indeed cooking this game. They did not give more information about it, but they did indicate that it is a collaboration between Ubisoft Montreal (Assassin’s Creed Origins Y Assaassin’s Creed Valhalla) and Ubisoft Quebec (Assassin’s Creed Odyssey). In this regard, Duguet stated the following: “Rather than keep passing the baton from one game to another, we deeply believe that this is an opportunity for one of Ubisoft’s most beloved franchises to evolve from one game to another. a more integrated and collaborative way, less focused on studies and more focused on talent and leadership, no matter where they are within Ubisoft. “
A more collaborative game between studios
In this sense, Duguet also points out: “The most important thing is that Assassin’s Creed always has been developed by multicultural teams with diverse backgrounds and perspectives that have influenced the representation of their characters, places and cultures. While we are aware that there is always room for improvement, we believe that this new structure allows us to ensure that diversity and representation within our teams continue to grow and coincide with those of our players“.