Although it will be a more “small” game than its predecessors, it seems that Assassin’s Creed Mirage will have a great city to explore. The new chapter indeed promises not to disappoint historical fans. Check out the new trailer that showcases the secrets of Baghdad in Assassin’s Creed Mirage below.
Assassin’s Creed Mirage New Trailer Shows Baghdad’s Secrets
If it has already been confirmed that the Assassin’s Creed Mirage game will feature a photo mode at launch, the news is not over. According to reports now, Ubisoft has released a new trailer for Assassin’s Creed Mirage that focuses on the city of Baghdad.
In the 9th century, Baghdad was probably the center of the world as well as one of its most advanced cities. So it makes sense for Ubisoft to use it as the main setting for Basim’s adventure in Mirage.
In the new trailer for the game (visible at the bottom of this article) it is noted that not much of the real Baghdad has survived from the last few millennia, which has made digital recreation of the lost city difficult.
This meant tons of historical research and more for the team. Ultimately, Ubisoft divided Baghdad into four major districts, such as commerce and industry, within the game. The developer added that every hour of the day is different, which will make our wanderings even more interesting.
And if you really want to feel like Basim in real life too, you might want to consider an incidental cost that lets you feel his wounds (in case you want to know what it feels like to get stabbed). Indeed, Ubisoft has announced a partnership with Owo, a company specializing in haptic peripherals, to develop a particular shirt for Assassin’s Creed Mirage. At an approximately $500 price, a wireless T-shirt will allow you to feel 10 areas of your upper body and arms.
The shirt will allow you to feel all the hits that Basim will suffer, in a series of different points and with different feedback based on the type of attack suffered. Among the available feedback are ax blows, dart wounds, and what is described as a “severe abdominal wound”.