Assassin’s Creed Shadows Gets New In-Depth Gameplay Look at Ubisoft Forward

Assassin's Creed Shadows Yasuke Drawing Sword

During today’s Ubisoft Forward showcase, Ubisoft revealed a brand-new look at Assassin’s Creed Shadows featuring an in-depth gameplay walkthrough.

You can watch the brand-new gameplay walkthrough below:

Most recently, Ubisoft surprised fans with a new trailer for Assassin’s Creed Shadows during the Xbox Games Showcase.

The official game description reads, “In Assassin’s Creed Shadows, you will live the intertwined stories of Naoe, an adept shinobi Assassin from Iga Province, and Yasuke, the powerful African samurai of historical legend. Against the backdrop of the turbulent late Sengoku period, this remarkable duo will discover their common destiny as they usher in a new era for Japan. From chaos to purpose, from darkness to light. A new Creed rises over Japan.”

Ubisoft continues to ramp up marketing for Assassin’s Creed Shadows. Last month, Ubisoft revealed all of the game editions, and later an anticipated Collector’s Edition.

Fortunately, Ubisoft also confirmed that Assassin’s Creed Shadows gameplay will not require a mandatory connection at all times. Players will get to explore and enjoy their journey completely offline.

Following some datamined leaks, fans also got a potential glimpse at the Season Pass and DLC prices. The leaks imply that Assassin’s Creed Shadows is due to receive at least two post-launch expansions.

Previously known as Codename Red, Assassin’s Creed Shadows will launch on November 15, 2024. Fans can get early access with Ubisoft+ Premium, the Gold Edition, or the Ultimate Edition. It will be available on PC, PlayStation, and Xbox.

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  1. No one wants this crap the story for AC went dead years ago when they killed off the main character and removed the assassin part. Ubisoft should just sell the Splinter Cell franchise to Microsoft just let The Coalition take over the franchise sell Beyond Good & Evil also since they killed that too and Rayman Double Fine can save that franchise.

  2. After Ghost Of Tsushima’s success everyone wanted to rip that off Ubisoft is just doing it poorly and isn’t Ghost Of Tsushima 2 coming out next year? Just buy that instead at least it’s honest unlike this political crap that’s pushing agenda. Yasuke is mostly myth why can’t we get a Miyamoto Musashi game? Musashi existed and was a legendary samurai.

  3. Why can’t Ubisoft go back to making games like Naruto? They should partner with Ankama and make games based on their properties Radiant, Wakfu, Waven, Mutafukaz, it would be awesome. A open world cel shaded Mutafukaz game would be great, a Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm game done for Radiant would be amazing having a open world where you play the story as Seth would be fun and help promote Radiant to more people.

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