Ubisoft taking on Fortnite with Assassin’s Creed Infinity

Inspired by the success of hits like Fortnite and Grand Theft Auto, Ubisoft is planning to convert Assassins Creed into a similar online service game.

In the past 14 years, Ubisoft has been releasing a new adventure of their most successful franchise, Assassin’s Creed, at least once a year. The French publisher has sold over 155 million copies of the popular game.

Inspired by the success of hits like Fortnite and Grand Theft Auto, Ubisoft is planning to convert Assassin’s Creed into a similar online service game.

The new online game project will be named Assassin’s Creed Infinity. Unlike its predecessors that were set in specific historical epochs, the new platform will give players the chance to expand their adventures to new and unexpected worlds.

The project, which has not been officially announced but acknowledged by Ubisoft, is still years away from release. The publisher still has issues in bringing their developer teams together. Their have been problems with past harassment allegations.

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