Assassin’s Creed Mirage Gets New Game Plus

Assassin's Creed Mirage Gets New Game Plus

The latest update for Assassin’s Creed Mirage is out, and it finally adds a New Game Plus mode for players.

Announced via the game’s website, Title Update 1.0.6 adds the mode along with various other updates to the game.

“Upon completing the main story on any difficulty, start a new game while keeping all collected skills and gear/costumes from your first playthrough,” Ubisoft said.

The mode will allow players to skip the prologue and start directly in Baghdad. Players who start a New Game Plus run will also unlock Bayek’s Medjay outfit from Assassin’s Creed Origins.

In addition to the New Game Plus, the latest Assassin’s Creed Mirage update features a number of other fixes. Some of the highlights are listed below:

Assassin’s Creed Mirage New Game Plus Update Notes

Bug Fixing


  • Fixed issues when pickpocket loot could not be retrieved properly after eliminating a target.
  • Basim’s last known location will now display correctly after changing the enemy proximity option’s value.
  • Fixed issue where player could fall whilst performing a pole vault.

Graphics, UI, and Animations

  • Fixed an issue where musicians were playing continuously after being paid with a faction favor.
  • Fixed the volumetric fog flickering during the loading screen.
  • Fixed an issue where mercenaries would leave their position to follow a guard to investigate a body nearby.
  • Codex orbs will now stay visible after being collected.
  • Benches that are not usable will no longer be highlighted.


  • Guards will now react when seeing Basim ripping the wanted posters.
  • Enemies will no longer investigate burning bodies that are affected by the Fire Demon outfit perk.
  • Guard captain can no longer blow the horn whilst berserked.
  • Guards closer to the alarm will ring the bell first. 

There are plenty of other updates, including some involving in-game spoilers, that you can see in full via the studio’s post.

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