A few days ago, ** The 15th anniversary of the famous Assassin’s Creed license revealed more about the future of the Ubisoft franchise. Baghdad on the skin of Basis, one of the protagonists of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, for an epic adventure that is equivalent to an experience based on the first titles of the saga.
In addition to all this, there is also a game that would take place in the Land of the Rising Sun, but also Assassin’s Creed Here, a quite terrifying work, which promises something very different from the usual formula. Does a survival horror perhaps? Bad news, the price will not fall **
Triples to 70 euros
At least that is what the Ubisoft CEO seems to announce during the interview. After the launch of Skull & Bones at a price of 70 dollars for the consoles of, the French company seems to have adopted this figure. In doubt, the evolution of the industry towards this type of quantities, because Ubisoft is not the only one that offers such prices for its next-gen productions.
In 2020, Take Two’s NBA 2K21 game was the first new generation game that was sold for 70 euros. In doubt according to the majority of their companies, the fact that this type of Next-Gen games require much more work by developers . Such productions would require a higher price for sale because in addition to colossal work for studies, players could enjoy these games for longer for many in the open world.
In 2021, the Ubisoft development team already answered a question about a possible price increase for their next generation games. At that time, Frédéric August said no decision had been made.
Xbox is behind everything?
Although many companies are uploading the prices of their next-generation games, Microsoft seems to take time to temptation. In 2020, Xbox’s executive director, Phil Spencer, said he was quite reluctant to such an increase, highlighting the fact that a console is already, in itself, a significant investment.
No one knows If all companies will increase the prices of their Next-GEN productions, or if some like Microsoft (so far at least), will be against. In any case, fans of the mythical Ubisoft license may be calm, Assassin’s Creed Mirage would be offered at a lower price, 50 dollars according to the information revealed by Ubisoft apart from the launch of the game in 2023.