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Will Infinity Be Ubisoft’s End-All Assassin’s Creed Game?

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Not that we're trying to speak out of line or anything, but Assassin's Creed, despite its enormous player base, has been going on for quite some time now. In fact, we're now beginning to wonder whether or not it would make sense to even pursue any other eras at all, given its age and how much Ubisoft has squeezed its udder dry. Though, with an entire timeline to toy around with, it does make for a near-perfect cash cow for them.

But let's talk Infinity, the end-all Assassin's Creed chapter that could just put a freeze on all future standalone entries. Although it's still in its early development phase, few details have come to light, and that's enough to have us uprooting questions faster than tulips in springtime.

The slabs have been set

With thanks to Xfire, a wide enough light has been able to latch itself to the upcoming live-service game. Assassin's Creed Infinity will, apparently, base its operations around the the Animus, allowing for its users to hop between not just one era—but a whole ocean of them.

As time strolls on, Ubisoft is likely to add more eras to the Animus. Though, to begin with, it's likely that an initial batch will pave the way for later treasure troves. Think of it as seasons, with perhaps four or five eras enveloped within each DLC. That's how we're seeing it from our end, anyway.

However, with no concrete data in the pipeline, it's sort of hard to elaborate on such a claim. On one hand, we know Infinity is being crafted. But on the other, the details aren't all that juicy. And so, with that, we'll just have to hang fire until Ubisoft conjures up something worth taking note of.

Of course, you can go ahead and follow Ubisoft over on the official social handle here for all the latest updates. Just don't expect to see anything on Assassin's Creed Infinity for a fair while.


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