Ubisoft confirms leaks ahead of its E3

We won’t have to wait long to learn more about it since a Ubisoft Forward is looming in the coming weeks.

The assassins are discreet, but obviously not enough to escape leaks. Earlier this week, a certain Assassin’s Creed Mirage surfaced on the internet and surprised fans of the saga. Far from a simple leak, this new leak left no room for doubt: title, story, and release date… Everything was there to spoil a potential surprise from Ubisoft. And precisely, this information obviously fell a few days before an official announcement.

The studio did not wait to react to this monumental leak. Thus, rather than leave any doubt, Ubisoft has preferred to take the lead and announces thatAssassin’s Creed Mirage will indeed be present in a Ubisoft Forward broadcast on September 10. Even before seeing this presentation, we are now sure that it reserves heavy, at least in the form of this new Assassin’s Creed. However, we must also expect other surprises…

Ubisoft’s late E3

The Breton-born studio took its time before making its announcements for the year, but better late than never ! The future of Ubisoft games will be unveiled before our amazed eyes next week, in a live that probably has its share of twists and turns. Far from being a mirage, this new Assassin’s Creed very real will therefore be part of it. But now that this surprise has already been revealed, what can we expect during this presentation? This Ubisoft Forward acts as the official annual conference for the studio. Usually presented at E3, Ubisoft took advantage of the absence of the show to do things its own way and much later.

Now that all the summer announcements have passed, the studio intends to stand out with a thunderous presentation just in time for the start of the school year and mark the end of the year 2022. It’s a safe bet that certain titles are approaching as Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope will make their appearance. However, these are some enigmatic titles like Beyond Good and Evil 2 which could upset the balance for Ubisoft. But rather than embarking on absurd theories, we can at least take refuge in the certainty of discovering the just dance annual which will not fail to put on a show like every year…

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