If you’re one of those who have already finished Assassin’s Creed Mirage and are seeking new challenges, this news is perfect for you: this week, we will have an update for Ubisoft’s video game (day to be determined). What we’ll have in a few days is the New Game Plus mode, a characteristic feature in productions that offers an extra challenge to all players once they have completed the game for the first time.
According to Ubisoft, here we’ll be able to keep our progress from the first playthrough, although now we’ll have “new rewards,” as is usually the case. However, as a detail to consider, the Permadeath mode, which was supposed to be released this week, won’t arrive until the beginning of 2024 in a new update.
Ubisoft has specified that “the team is currently working on it,” hence the delay. When launched, this mode has a very simple function: once the player dies, the game ends permanently. Therefore, one must play really well, with stealth, and try to avoid danger as much as possible.
On the other hand, the French company has also emphasized that the version of Assassin’s Creed Mirage for the iPhone 15 Pro, the one announced a few weeks ago, is still scheduled for early 2024.
Ubisoft indicates that the number of players for Assassin’s Creed Mirage is currently almost the same as that of Assassin’s Creed Origins or Assassin’s Creed Odyssey when they were released. Far from falling behind, Basim’s installment, despite receiving some criticism, is performing well among players (its launch at a reduced price has also contributed to achieving these numbers).