Assassin s Creed Infinity Discard the Free to Play It will be huge and innovative assure from Ubisoft

Assassin s Creed Infinity is probably the most important project that has Ubisoft in hand. This game platform as a service, whose announcement became official in summer of this year, will seek to evolve the franchise by gathering the games under the same place, unifying joint developments and offering an experience in constant update.

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Thus, the efforts of Ubisoft Quebec and Ubisoft Montreal have come together to achieve a result that, beyond not crashing the fans of the saga, whether large and ambitious enough. We have been able to know thanks to the recent submission of financial results of the company, through statements collected by VGC where it is also assured that Infinity will not be Free to play, unlike what was rumored.

You will have elements that players already know Yves Guillemot, Ubisoft CEO will not be Free to play and will have many narrative elements, said Yves Guillemot, Ubisoft CEO. It s going to be a very innovative game, but it will have elements that players already know from previous Assassin s Creed, those things that they like to have from the beginning.

Guillemot has insisted a lot on that, although they want to carry the franchise at a new level, the elements that have given him identity to the most important games of the series will be retained. He has also used the word huge to define the project, which is still in an early stage of development.

Assassin s Creed Infinity will be next after Origins, Odyssey and Valhalla. The goal of Ubisoft is to grant a massive online component, making it a game as a service that does not neglect, but be as important as the most successful we know today. Illusion You must not miss, since its most recent delivery has become the second game that has generated the most benefits.

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