Ubisoft finally reveals more about its virtual reality Doctrine Killer A match at Ubisoft Forward 2023 Assassin’s Creed Nexus VRThe game will be released exclusively for Meta Quest 2, and players will play as three heroes from the previous Doctrine Killer Games: Ezio Auditore assassin creed 2, connor who Assassin’s Creed 3and Cassandra of AC: Odyssey.
The characters will be tied to one another in a story rooted in the “Modern Day Scenario” series, which chronicles the ongoing feud between the Assassin and Templar orders. A contemporary assassin figure that will rekindle the memories of the three historic heroes to gather information about the special artifact.
a novel Link This would specifically involve a MacGuffin who splits into three pieces over the age of three personalities, who have the ability to use people’s personal stories to coerce them into certain beliefs.
Mechanically, players naturally embody characters from a first-person perspective – a first for the series. Equipping and using tools and weapons will require physical actions – the series’ hidden blade weapons will be activated by moving your wrists; Swords will be equipped at the waist. Leaning in the back, smoke bombs and daggers on the chest.
In a pre-made CG trailer designed to simulate gameplay, Ubisoft gave a rendition of what the action might look like, which included plenty of parkour, melee combat, hiding in crowds, and even murdering people. by jumping on them from the rooftops. Ubisoft says even the signature “leap of faith” action, which sees characters plummeting from sky-high buildings into lowly haystacks, will be present.
Of course, Ubisoft was quick to point out that the game has a dedicated “ergo team” working on the game who would make sure there are plenty of accessibility options available for those who can’t get away. engage in VR experiences without feeling motion sickness. Among the features mentioned are options for teleporting character movement, screen shading, and even a system to satisfy fear of heights, though this isn’t detailed further.
Ubisoft described the game’s environments as “open maps” and “tactical sandboxes”, which would be fully explorable and allow for a variety of solutions to each objective, something the series has traditionally tried to support.
It’s an interesting proposition for sure – but of course it’s hard to judge how well these promises work in practice until you try it yourself, which is true for all VR games. .
Assassin’s Creed Nexus It was originally announced in 2020, before its acquisition was confirmed 2023 edition In the Meta Quest showcase. It is developed by Ubisoft Red Storm, which was responsible for the company’s previous titles such as Werewolves inside And eagle flight.
Elsewhere during Ubisoft Forward 2023, the company also shared new details about Codename Assassin’s Creed Jade (including beta tests closed in June 2023) f Assassin’s Creed Mirageits spin-off “Back to Basics” which attempts to recapture the action of the first games in the series.