Assassin’s Creed Mirage has no planned DLC content according to Ubisoft

by Danny Craig  · 
Assassin’s Creed Mirage has no planned DLC content according to Ubisoft

Ubisoft has stated that there are currently no plans for DLC or a post-launch roadmap for Assassin's Creed Mirage.

The details:

  • Mirage's creative director, Stéphane Boudon, shared during a recent Reddit AMA that Ubisoft has yet to plan for any form of post-launch content in the game, writing "For now, Mirage has no plan for DLC or extensive post-launch [support]." This does not necessarily imply that the game will not receive DLC in the future, as the company may want to see how the game performs in terms of reception before devoting more resources to it.
  • It's also possible that the game will not receive any post-launch support because Ubisoft has 11 Assassin's Creed games in development across its various studios. Although some projects have studios attached to them, such as Ubisoft Sofia, Chengdu, and Annecy's Project Nebula, Raid, and Echoes, others are still in the early stages, and Ubisoft Bordeaux may be working on one of them right now or shortly.
  • Mirage is set to be released on October 12 for current-generation platforms and PC and is being billed as a "love letter" to the franchise's earlier games after its gameplay style shifted to a more RPG-focused focus with the release of Origins. More specifically, it's being viewed as a sequel to the first title, with a similar theme of being set in the Middle East and Ubisoft Bordeaux even going so far as to add an optional blue-grey filter to allow players to return to the original's visual style.

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