Update, September 1st Several social media posts containing leaked Assassin’s Creed Mirage images have been removed with a copyright notice, indicating that these images are indeed real.
Twitter user SynthPotato, who posted one of the most shared versions of the image, report (opens in a new tab) getting a message saying “your account has been locked because Twitter received a Digital Millennium Copyright Act (‘DMCA’) Notice complaint for poster content to your Twitter account.”
The image that SynthPotato posted is now gone, despite the original tweet (opens in a new tab) permanent. Many other versions of the Assassin’s Creed Mirage image remain online.
The DMCA notice is intended to be issued by the copyright holder, which, in this case, is Ubisoft Fake DMCA unheard of. If Ubisoft is behind the takedown, as it seems, it lends a lot of credence to the idea that the image is real.
We’ll have to find out soon enough, because we’re expecting a lot of official info about the next Assassin’s Creed game as part of the Ubisoft Advances on September 10.
original story: What appears to be a leaked Assassin’s Creed Mirage image has surfaced online.
Earlier today, the Twitter account seen below published two images depicting the leading characters from Assassin’s Creed Mirage. What we can potentially glean from these images is that the new Assassin’s Creed game might feature a quest called “The Forty Thieves.” From the depiction of the quest in the new artwork, it looks like this is a DLC quest, maybe even a pre-order bonus for an upcoming Ubisoft game.
Earlier this week, a report claimed to know the name Mirage for the next Assassin’s Creed game. The report also states that the game will launch between April and June 2023, bringing the Assassin’s Creed series “back to basics”, possibly diverging from the new RPG system used over the last three mainstream games.
Either way, it could be that both Assassin’s Creed Mirage and this new Forty Thieves quest launch by Ubisoft next week. The company is scheduled to hold a presentation on Saturday, September 10, and it is this event that is heralded as the opening “future of Assassin’s CreedWe can hardly think of a more comfortable event for Mirage’s grand debut.
There are also rumors of stealth-focused Assassin’s Creed spinoff games in the works from Ubisoft, which may be separate from Mirage.