Ubisoft will bring back fan-favorite feature from older games back with Assassin’s Creed Mirage

Ubisoft will bring back fan-favorite feature from older games back with Assassin’s Creed Mirage

Assassin’s Creed Unity received a mixed response when it first came out, but with time, players have come to appreciate one particular component of the game that it performed better than any other in the series: Parkour. Since Assassin’s Creed Unity’s parkour features were widely appreciated for their sophisticated approach to movement, fans have been pleading with Ubisoft to bring it back.

The AC Mirage Production Director, Fabian Salomon, recently spoke to ArabHardware and essentially stated that bringing back parkour from Unity has been a priority of the team. It appears that fans may have received their wish. Fabian Salomon responded as follows when questioned about the parkour mechanics from Unity being ported to Mirage:

“This is our absolute goal indeed, we are seriously trying to reach this level with Mirage and since Baghdad is dense as I mentioned,” said Salomon. “We want the players to enjoy their time in the city through parkour, which was and remains one of the important pillars on which we depended in the style of playing with Assassin’s Creed Mirage.”

Since AC Mirage is taking the series back to its origins, gamers may anticipate a focus on the social stealth and stealth features that were prominent in earlier games. Ubisoft departed from the AC franchise’s origins in the second iteration to provide a more action-RPG, open world experience.

A sizable segment of the community still adheres to the view that AC is at its finest when it leans more toward a stealth game, despite the fact that many have appreciated the new Witcher 3-style games. We can only hope that Ubisoft has big plans for Assassin’s Creed Mirage, which seems to be the response to popular demand.

Mirage’s ability to meet gamers’ expectations and if it will receive post-launch support similar to the series’ most recent titles are both still up in the air.

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