Ubisoft Japan heavily involved in Assassin’s Creed Red to ensure cultural authenticity

Ubisoft Japan heavily involved in Assassin’s Creed Red to ensure cultural authenticity

A dream come true might be the right word to describe Assassin’s Creed fans who really want the game to be set in a Japanese story. Ubisoft itself has completed an ambitious project, which they named Assassin’s Creed Red.

Ubisoft Quebec is the “head” of the Assassin’s Creed Red studio, which is set in Japan. Lots of help from Ubisoft Japan and several advisors From outside the studio in the Land of Cherry Blossoms. Their main reason is to keep the culture and history authentic late in the game so it doesn’t get too off track.

Ubisoft Japan heavily involved in Assassin’s Creed Red to ensure cultural authenticity

Assassin’s Creed Red will be set in feudal Japan around the 12th to 18th centuries, as the shogunate military government took over and ruled the country. The game itself will be an open-world role-playing game.

Ubisoft Japan heavily involved in Assassin’s Creed Red to ensure cultural authenticity

Of course, it is very important to work directly with the Japanese to keep the original taste and produce a better enjoyment. An example of a game that has been well-received for maintaining Japanese culture is Soul of Tsushima.

The game is being developed by Ubisoft Quebec, which has worked on the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey series, and is helmed by Jonathan Dumont. As a still-early-stage project, there are no details yet on the name, or even a release schedule or expected platform. To be sure, its release will follow the Phantom series in 2023.

resource: game player

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