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Assassin’s Creed Rift Release Date May Be Postponed

Assassin's Creed Rift Release Date May Be Postponed

This week for those who were postponed without notice…

Assassin’s Creed Rift release date may be delayed , according to a report that has not been officially confirmed or denied for now . However, this delay does not seem to result in us waiting for a long time. Details are here.

Recently, there have been frequent new developments regarding the Assassin’s Creed series. It was said that the next game will be about the Aztec civilization, with a claim made by ACG, which has gained reputation with the leak information it shared, including Far Cry Primal. However, this claim was denied by Jason Scheier, whom we all know well, and it was said that Assassin’s Creed, codenamed Rift, which will take place in the city of Baghdad and where we will be playing Basim Ibn Ishaq, will be the next game.

As you may recall, during the financial conference held by Ubisoft on Thursday, we learned that Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and an unannounced small-budget game were delayed. The aforementioned unannounced game may be Assassin’s Creed Rift.

Assassin’s Creed Rift Release Date Moved To The Next Financial Year?

Scheier, who published a new report yesterday, says the game, which was scheduled to go on sale in February of next year, has been pushed forward a few months . In the report, which includes information conveyed by a person who is aware of the company’s plans, the Assassin’s Creed Rift developed by the Ubisoft Bordeaux studio was behind the schedule and a little more time was needed. As a result, the release time would take place in May or June.

A spokesperson for Ubisoft has declined to comment on this development, as postponing the game from the current financial year to the next financial year will affect the French publisher’s balance sheet.

Rumor has it that Rift was originally planned as an expansion pack for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. However, due to Ubisoft’s game offering program, it was turned into an independent project as a way to avoid the ban.

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