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According to reports, Assassin’s Creed VR for Quest 2 will be called Assassin’s Creed Nexus.
Players will take on the roles of a variety of well-known assassins from the previous games in the series.
There are 16 entire missions in the reconstruction, with all of the gameplay and stealth features you’d expect from the series.
It’s been a long since we’ve heard anything about Assassin’s Creed VR, but the first leaks seem exactly like what fans have been hoping for. According to the leak, the game will be called Assassin’s Creed Nexus and would allow gamers to step into the shoes of well-known assassins from the series’ past, such as Ezio Auditore, Kassandra, Connor, Haytham, and others.
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Exporters om Henderson claims to have seen the sport firsthand and been given descriptions of what it’s like to strap on a virtual reality headset and play the role of everyone’s favorite assassins in Ubisoft’s long-running game. Assassin’s Creed VR employment positions were announced by Ubisoft in January, and considering the game’s omission from the Meta Quest Gaming Showcase earlier this week, it’s safe to assume the game won’t be released until 2023 for the Oculus Quest 2 and other VR headsets.
During the game’s 16 missions, according to Henderson, players will be able to explore the globe and look for treasures, locked doors, and other hidden regions to find loot and other rewards. You’ll also be able to select locks, which should play to VR’s strengths in terms of interactivity. After all, this is in addition to the main objectives, which may undoubtedly be loaded with clever killings, compelling characters, and engaging story elements throughout a variety of historical settings.
Players will be able to move around using either controller joysticks or standard teleportation, whichever is most convenient for them. Because stealth is such an important component of the franchise, the creators made sure that teleportation works well from a stealth standpoint. If you teleport too close to an adversary, they will hear you. Thankfully, if you do make a mistake, you’ll flee and hide, even leaping off buildings into these infamous hay carts. Overall, it appears to be a lock for one of the best Quest 2 games ever.
According to the Exporter report,
the game will be released within the next 12 months. Last week, Meta presented its second annual Quest Gaming Showcase, which focused on games coming out in the coming year, but Assassin’s Creed wasn’t among the games on display.
We first heard that Meta had signed deals for Assassin’s Creed and Splinter Cell VR games in 2019 before the company made them official in late 2020. Ubisoft has been actively recruiting for both projects since then, but neither has been formally announced.
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