New Details On Assassin’s Creed Infinity’s Live-Service Hub Have Reportedly Emerged

Not to be confused with the late, great Disney Infinity.

It’s been a while since we took a look at anything from Insider Gaming, a rumour and leak-focused that’s been fairly on the money with a lot of its reports, but a new story from the outlet around the still-mysterious Assassin’s Creed Infinity is certainly an interesting one.

IG’s Tom Henderson, whose track record of Ubisoft leaks and insider information is quite convincing, claims to have seen demo footage of Assassin’s Creed Infinity – Ubisoft’s planned “hub” experience where its future Assassin’s Creed titles will be housed – along with receiving new information on some of those titles and their release plans.

Henderson’s description of Infinity sounds pretty much like what you’d expect, an online-enabled hub themed on the modern-day portion of the franchise where players can instantly boot up various Assassin’s Creed experiences as well as engage with an in-game item store and battle pass-style “Projects” for the various games’ protagonists, presumably as a means of keeping engagement between releases. It’ll supposedly launch on the same day as Assassin’s Creed Red, later this year.

The report claims that Ubisoft is planning to release a new mainline game every couple of years and fill in the gaps with smaller experiences, starting with Assassin’s Creed Red and going into the multiplayer-based Invictus and the spooky Hexe in 2025 and 2026 respectively. It also states that more unannounced projects are on the way including a remake of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, a free-to-play PvE multiplayer title, a game set across India, the Aztec Empire and the Mediterranean, and a few others.

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You can read the full report from Insider Gaming here, though obviously everything within should be considered firmly in rumour territory until Ubisoft formally makes its own announcements.

“This is a momentous change for the franchise,” Assassin’s Creed boss Marc-Alexis Coté told Eurogamer back in 2022. “We will be better caretakers of our meta story, and this hub will help us accomplish that promise.”