Ubisoft has finally shown off the next big Assassin's Creed game, after a number of leaks. As expected, it's called Mirage, and it will move the time-

traveling series to Baghdad in the 9th century, where players will take on the role of a young assassin named Basim. Fans may remember this name

from Assassin's Creed Valhalla, but Mirage is set 20 years before that game.

Notably, Ubisoft says that the game will return to the action-adventure roots of the series. This means that the RPG mechanics from more recent

games will not be in the game. Mirage will probably come out sometime in 2023. Also of note is that Shohreh Aghdashloo will voice Basim's

assassination mentor, which is a great choice. But that's not all Ubisoft said about the series' future. They also made a number of other big announcements. 

First, let's talk about phones. The first open-world version of Assassin's Creed for smartphones is being made by Ubisoft. It will be called "Jade" and

will be set in ancient China. Players will be able to customise their own characters. You can also do parkour on the Great Wall, which looks like a lot

will be set in ancient China. Players will be able to customise their own characters. You can also do parkour on the Great Wall, which looks like a lot

of fun. It says that "Codename Jade" is coming soon. Ubisoft says it is also working on an unnamed mobile game for Netflix's gaming service, but

there aren't any details about it yet. Netflix and Ubisoft are making a live-action series based on the video game Assassin's Creed.