Assassin’s Creed Mirage The new main chapter of the famous Ubisoft series, which aims to return to the origins, thus proposes a kind of breaking point for the series and this is reflected in the series.absence of planned DLCat least for now.
Unlike what happened to all of the latest installments of the Ubisoft franchise, which instead received a large amount of DLC, expansionsWith various events and post-launch support, it seems that Ubisoft has no intention of expanding the Assassin’s Creed Mirage experience beyond the content scheduled for launch, at least for now.
The clarification is important because it’s possible that the company has yet to reveal the game’s post-launch plans, but in line with the more “simple” and traditional vision that Assassin’s Creed Mirage was built on, that may indeed be the intention.
Assassin’s Creed Mirage: Ubisoft’s DLC not planned
In the Reddit AMA session, developers Stephane Boudon, Sarah Beaulieu and Jean-Luc Sala The Ubisoft office also answered a question about post-launch support, stating that the company has no special plans in this regard.
“Currently, Mirage has no plans for DLC or extended post-launch support,” Boudon said, and that’s it for now. It may be about the greater pursuit of simplicity and the “back to basics” that has been mentioned several times as the main inspiration for this new chapter in the series, but we’ll see anyway.
In the past few hours, the OWO sensory suit for the game has been announced, while a trailer released a few days ago revealed details about combat and customization in Assassin’s Creed Mirage.