The Fight in Assassin's Creed Mirage Heads to Mobile this June 6

Get ready to be the most versatile Assassin ever. Ubisoft

Ubisoft announced that Assassin's Creed Mirage is launching to the mobile platform this June 6. It's going to be available on iPhone 15 Pro, iPhone 15 Pro Max, and iPad Air. The game is also launching on iPad Pro devices that have at least an M1 chip.

The version releasing for the iOS is a complete version of the title that was first released for consoles and PC back in October 2023. This makes Assassin's Creed Mirage to be the first that's fully ported to mobile devices.

Assassin's Creed Mirage features cross-progression and cross-save which allow players to switch between the mobile, console, or PC versions while keeping their progress. The mobile version also features touchscreen controls while also supporting external controllers.

From Thief to Assassin

Assassin's Creed Mirage offers a narrative-driven action-adventure experience that follows the story of a young street thief named Basim. Players get to see this defiant young man with a conflicted destiny turn into a refined Master Assassin. Along the way they get to meet the different characters who's going to affect Basim's destiny.

Like with the other titles in the series, the goal is to be an Assassin. To do this they'll need to get contracts over at the Assassin's bureaus and then collect vital clues. After that they'll need to take down targets stealthily. To ensure a successful assassination, players need to make the most out of a wide range of tools.

An Immersive City

The game allows players to explore the dense and vibrant city where the inhabitants react to their every move. They'll need to learn the secrets of the four unique districts like the industrial Karkh or the lush gardens of the Round City. Players can also discover surprising world events as well as interact with historical figures that were responsible for the Golden Age of Baghdad.

Starting June 6, those who have compatible devices can download the game from the App Store and play free for 90 minutes. After that they'll need to buy the full version if they want to continue playing the game. Pre-order for Assassin's Creed Mirage is now open at the App Store.

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