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Assassin’s Creed Jade gameplay leaks online and it looks good

Assassin’s Creed Jade gameplay has leaked and to much surprise, this mobile exclusive game actually looks quite good.

Along with a plethora of other Assassin’s Creed games, Ubisoft announced the “AAA RPG action-adventure” AC Jade for mobile devices, in September 2022. This is a free-to-play title that is said to explore the story of the first assassins in the home of the Red Dragon.

AC Jade is a promising mobile title

What’s more, AC Jade will feature in-depth character creation and customisation, which will be a first for the series. 

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However, when the mobile game was revealed, we never got to see the actual game in action. Albeit we saw an in-engine cinematic. Still, nothing beats seeing the game in motion.

Now, it’s worth keeping in mind that Ubisoft hasn’t officially released gameplay for Assassin’s Creed Jade, but instead, it’s been leaked by players that got in on an alpha test. The gameplay appears to have been captured from an Apple mobile device.

The initial gameplay for AC Jade first appeared on Reddit, before making its way onto YouTube. However, the YouTube videos are swiftly being removed, but you might catch new footage with a quick search before it’s taken down by Ubisoft.

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That being said, the Reddit gameplay is still live at the time of writing. So, you might want to catch that now before it’s lost somewhere within the internet abyss.

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Credit: Ubisoft

When is the Assassin’s Creed Jade release date?

At this time, Assassin’s Creed Jade does not have a release date. However, we do know that it will be released in 2023 for Apple and Android devices.

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Featured Image Credit: Ubisoft/Source: Eurogamer via Reddit