‘Assassin’s Creed Jade’ is a mobile game set in China

Ubisoft brings Assassin’s Creed back to mobile devices jade, a new title set in China. The game takes place around 215 BC. and fills in the timeline in between Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and origins, and it’s designed to feel like mainline entry, parkouring and all. There’s no release date yet and all Ubisoft has shown is the classic eagle flying over a settlement sequence.

We know one thing jade is that it supports the ability to create your own character, a first for the series. There’s no word on pricing or possible microtransactions for the game.

Ubisoft tried to make Assassin’s Creed a thing on mobile devices for almost as long as the series has existed. The first mobile entry was Assassin’s Creed: Altaïr’s Chronicles, and it came out for the Nintendo DS in 2008, with iOS and Android versions the following year. The original Assassin’s Creedmeanwhile, 2007 came to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Since then, there have been a handful of Assassin’s Creed games developed first for mobile devices, but Ubisoft hasn’t released an iOS or Android title linked to the series in four years.

In addition to jade, Ubisoft is developing a game based on the live-action series Assassin’s Creed available for Netflix. Of course there is Assassin’s Creed Miragethe new mainline title set in the Middle East.

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