Ubisoft and Netflix announce partnership for series and mobile games
THE Ubisoft and the Netflix announced during the Ubisoft Forward digital event, this Saturday (10), that signed a partnership to launch exclusive content on the platform. Among them is a live-action series and an exclusive Assassin’s Creed mobile game, as well as other games that should expand the universes of Valiant Hearts and Mighty Quest.
Netflix ?? Ubisoft
? Mighty Quest game
? A new Valiant Hearts game
?? Assassin’s Creed game AND live-action show!
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— Ubisoft Forward (@Ubisoft) September 10, 2022
The adaptation is expected to bring together “different genres”, according to the company, and is being produced by Ubisoft Film & Television in collaboration with Netflix. Showrunner Jeb Stuart, known for his work on Vikings: Valhalla and Die Hard, directs.
About the Assassin’s Creed game, which will only be available on Netflix, no details were released, but it is clear that it is different from the other projects announced in celebration of the series’ 15th anniversary. — Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Codename Red, Codename Jade, Codename Hexe, or Codename Infinity.
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In turn, the new title of Valiant Heart is described as a sequel to Valiant Hearts: The Great War and is being produced by the original game’s team. That is, it must follow the same gameplay formula, although the story is completely different. The launch is scheduled for January 2023.
The new Mighty Quest takes inspiration from the roguelike genre and promises to bring fans an already known combat experience, but in a renewed way and with a focus on the replay factor. It will be available exclusively on Netflix, also for mobile devices, sometime in 2023.
“We are very excited to be working with Ubisoft, a studio that has a repertoire of memorable worlds for its fans,” said Mike Verdu, vice president of games at Netflix. “The partnership will offer our subscribers exclusive content from some of gaming’s biggest franchises, while expanding the catalog of mobile games for fans around the world.”
This Saturday’s Ubisoft Forward (10) also brought news of other long-awaited games from the French publisher, including Rainbow Six Mobile and Skull & Bones. Be sure to check out the full summary of voxel to stay up to date with the news.