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Multiple Assassin's Creed remakes are in the works, according to Ubisoft CEO: 'There are worlds in some of our older Assassin's Creed games that are still extremely rich'

Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot says the publisher is looking to release new Assassin's Creed games «more regularly» in the future, and remakes of older games will be among them.

Ubisoft has famously struggled with remakes. The Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time remake (which is no longer officially dubbed a remake) has been floating in limbo for four years and still doesn't seem to be anywhere near completion. The Splinter Cell remake, meanwhile, has seen even less daylight. It was announced in 2021 and, well, that's it: Hopes that an update of some sort would be made during the Ubisoft Forward showcase earlier this month were dashed when absolutely no mention of it was made.

Still, it seems like Ubisoft isn't giving up on going back to its deep well of older games. «Players can be excited about some remakes, which will allow us to revisit some of the games we've created in the past and modernize them,» Guillemot said when asked about the future of the Assassin's Creed series in a promotional Ubisoft interview. «There are worlds in some of our older Assassin's Creed games that are still extremely rich.»

Guillemot gave no hint as to which Assassin's Creed games are up for a remake, but Black Flag seems an obvious choice—it's the big fan favorite. The first Assassin's Creed would also make sense, and an update of the Ezio trilogy (Assassin's Creed 2, Brotherhood, and Revelations) would probably do well too.

Regardless of which way it goes, there's a lot to pick from. Assassin's Creed has been around since 2007, and it's one of Ubisoft's flagship titles—a major, successful franchise by any measure. But there have been some serious ups and downs over those years. We said way back in 2014 that Ubisoft's insistence on annual sequels, and on sticking to a strict formula, was doing more harm than good, an opinion that Guillemot seemed to take to heart in 2016 when he indicated that annualized releases might be a thing of the past.

And so they were: After the middling

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