Editorial: Gaming / Facebook / Twitter / YouTube / Instagram / News / Discord /Telegram Ubisoft has not said much about the future of Assassin’s Creed after Valhalla, but leaks suggest that several projects in the saga are already in development. One of them would be Assassin’s Creed Nexus, a title that would take the popular saga to the field of virtual reality. Tom Henderson, a journalist from eXputer, revealed interesting details about this project. He talked about its mechanics, its protagonists, and the changes that Ubisoft would make to the series to adapt it to VR, while also trying to preserve its essence.
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What would Assassin’s Creed Nexus offer, virtual reality gaming?
According to the report, Assassin’s Creed Nexus would retain the combat and stealth mechanics, as well as the mobility of the saga, but with some important changes to work well in virtual reality. The title would offer up to 16 linear missions where, on occasion, backtracking would be necessary. His most radical change would be in the way players move. It is said that there will be 2 styles: a classic one where the joysticks would be used in a conventional way and another that would allow teleporting through the levels. This last alternative would have a sound meter to respect the stealth mechanics. Assassin’s Creed Nexus would offer combat very close to that of the series, with direct confrontations and silent annihilations, apparently due to timing. It would also offer special mechanics related to opening chests or doors with lockpicks. Another striking detail is that Assassin’s Creed Nexus would bring together the most iconic characters in the saga. So assassins like Ezio, Kassandra, Connor and Haytham would be playable characters. The leaps of faith would not be necessary and it is said that they would be great in virtual reality. It is specified that there would be no side quests of any kind and that Assassin’s Creed Nexus could debut in the next 12 months, with no precise release window. It is important to note that Ubisoft has not confirmed the project, but the sources that speak about it are very reliable. So it will be a matter of waiting for more details.
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