Not all future Assassin's Creed will require 150 hours to pass

Not all future Assassin's Creed will require 150 hours to pass

In a recent interview with IGN, the executive producer of Assassin's Francisco Creed Mark-Alexis Kote explained what to expect from future games of the series in terms of duration.

Remember, Assassin's Creed's games started as relatively camera fighters for 15 to 20 hours, but with the addition of role elements to the formula, they grew significantly on a scale.

However, Assassinäs Creed Mirage, announced as part of the September issue of Ubisoft Forward, will be a kind of back-to-back, and the length of the main story will be comparable to the first parts.

According to Kote, the upcoming Assassinäs Creed Infinity platform is designed to include a variety of forms and contents of Assassinäs Creed, and not all of them will be equally large.

- asking Kote a question.

Cote added that the duration of games would also affect their cost: $50, as in Mirage, or more/less. Ubisoft also plans to encourage gamers with free content such as a crossover with Odyssey in Valhalla.

The Assassin\s Creed Mirage is expected to be released in 2023 and Infinity will start later: the platform includes at least a large codename: Red in feudal Japan and not a RPG mystery codename: Hexe.