An Assassin’s Creed remake powered by Unreal Engine 5 would look unimaginable, judging from a brand new idea trailer that has been shared on-line.
Teaser Play, who has been making some spectacular Unreal Engine 5-powered idea trailers for varied future and hypothetical titles, shared as we speak a brand new trailer showcasing a contemporary remake of the primary entry within the sequence by Ubisoft. Taking benefit of tech equivalent to Lumen, Nanite, and ray tracing, the trailer appears to be like wonderful.
In this video we’re going to think about Assassin’s Creed Remake, An important nostalgic game that we want now in subsequent gen graphics, we tried to make use of all the facility and options of Unreal Engine 5 to recreate this equivalent to Lumen, Nanite, Ray Tracing and Metahuman.
Hopefully, this video can provide the general image of a potential remake and make clear the expectations of the followers from it for the Developers.
According to rumors circulating on-line, an official Assassin’s Creed remake is at present within the works alongside the following entry within the sequence, known as AC Mirage. This remake will supposedly use belongings from this game and shall be provided as a part of the game’s Season Pass. Ubisoft has but to substantiate if this remake is certainly within the works, however as Mirage shall be formally unveiled throughout subsequent week’s Ubisoft Forward, we are going to possible hear extra about this remake subsequent week as effectively whether it is certainly within the works.
The newest entry within the sequence is Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, which is now accessible on PC, consoles, Stadia and Luna. Learn extra concerning the game by testing my evaluate:
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is a particular step up for the sequence, due to the numerous tweaks made to the RPG mechanics that powered the earlier two entries within the sequence, higher storytelling, nice environment, and significant side-content. Even with the tweaks, nonetheless, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla continues to be an Assassin’s Creed game at coronary heart, so those that will not be into the Ubisoft open-world game design will hardly change their opinion with the game. Everyone else will in all probability love each second of Eivor’s journey, particularly if they’re into Vikings and historical Norse tradition.