Ubisoft has a very much On the way is Assassin’s Creed, but arguably the project we know the least about Assassin’s Creed Alliance VR, a virtual reality adaptation of the Stealth series. The release resurfaced overnight as part of a MetaQuest gaming showcase, where it was confirmed that it will launch on Quest 2 and the newly announced Quest 3 later this year – but more information at the French publisher’s E3-style will be shared during Press conference at the end of this month.
There was no word of specificity during the title’s brief cameo, and Ubisoft decided to reveal the title on neutral grounds. PSVR2 Could be a possibility. Clearly, as we noted in our recent Three Months After article, Sony’s headset would really benefit from a roadmap of its own content, and Assassin’s Creed is sure to garner serious attention. is a large franchise. All eyes will now be on the publisher’s presentation.
Ubisoft has really created something as a matter of fact It’s had good virtual reality games in the past, including Assassin’s Creed spin-off Eagle Flight, so it’s good to see it continue to support the technology with new titles. It’s a shame that other publishers aren’t anywhere near as experimental with the hardware, because while the flow of indie titles is pretty steady, the sector needs big tentpole titles to gain more mainstream attention.
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