Ubisoft predicts that Assassin's Creed Mirage will not have "real gambling" in the game

Ubisoft predicts that Assassin's Creed Mirage will not have "real gambling" in the game

Fans were surprised by the game''s rating that there will be effective gambling, but Ubisoft has put out a statement assuring everyone it won''t.

The official Xbox page for Assassin''s Creed Mirage states that the game will be Adults Only 18+, and that it will include real gambling, which manifested concern. Ubisoft has cleared the air on the situation, and promised that there will be "no real gambling or lootboxes" there in the game.

"While Assassin''s Creed Mirage is still pending, Ubisoft is reassured that no real gambling or lootboxes are present in the game," a Ubisoft spokesperson told Eurogamer following the announcement of Assassin''s Creed Mirage.

The explicit phrasing of "real gambling" implies that a gambling mini-game may be introduced in the final release, but it is reassuring to know that what has been billed as a back to basics single-player game is in fact only that.

Mirage was not the only Assassin''s Creed announcement to take place over the week. There were actually four games announced in total. One of which is a mobile only title that will be set in China currently titled Codename Jade. There''s also Codename Red, which has finally taken the series to Japan''s highly-requested location. And lastly there was Codename Hexe, which hasn''t much much shared about it other than the fact that Clint Hocking, the writer of Far

While nothing was entirely confirmed, Ubisoft is also testing "standalone multiplayer experiences" for Assassin''s Creed, but didn''t have much more to say about it on the subject.

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