With Assassin’s Creed Mirage set to launch in just a few months, Ubisoft has revealed they have no plans for a DLC “for now”.
The next instalment of Assassin’s Creed will take us to Baghdad in the year 861 as we follow the story of budding assassin, Basim. Set to launch on October 12, there is just a few months to go until we can dive into the fast-paced stealth action game.
However, it appears that for now we can only look forward to the game as it is.
Assassin’s Creed Mirage Has No Plans For A Future DLC
This news comes courtesy of Ubisoft’s creative director, Stéphane Bourdon who made the announcement during a Reddit AMA. Spotted by VGC, Boudon dedicated the session to answering fan’s questions about the upcoming game.
“For now, Mirage has no plan for DLC or extensive post-launch,” she said.
Although this is somewhat disappointing news, AC fans are not ones to go down without a fight and the “for now” is causing a bit of speculation. This could leave the door open for some future content for Mirage but that will remain to be seen.
Back to its roots
Despite no plans for a DLC, Assassin’s Creed Mirage is still set to go back to the game’s roots. This means more focus on the stealth and parkour aspect and less on all-out combat as we saw in Odyssey and Valhalla.
As a result, it might not be too much of a shame if it remained as a self-contained story.
However, with fan favourites such as Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood featuring a number of DLCs including The Da Vinci Disappearance, it won’t hurt to see more of the story.
Regardless, it remains to be seen how Mirage will rank on everybody’s Assassin’s Creed ratings. Luckily, it’s not long before we find out.
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