Assassin’s Creed Rift is delayed till the center of 2023, a new report from Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier says. Bloomberg’s sources mentioned Ubisoft stealthily announced the delay throughout its current earnings name, the place it mentioned a smaller, unannounced premium game was being pushed again alongside the upcoming Avatar game. Ubisoft didn’t affirm or deny the information to Bloomberg, in order but, the delay is technically nonetheless a rumor.

The similar goes for Rift itself, although it’s one of many worst-kept secrets and techniques in gaming at this level. Bloomberg beforehand reported that Assassin’s Creed Rift was initially developed as a part of an enlargement for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, earlier than Ubisoft determined to show it into a standalone expertise to fill out a sparse launch calendar. More current rumors counsel Rift is about in Baghdad. That’s clearly far faraway from Eivor’s exploits in Scandinavia and Britain, so it feels like Rift has in all probability undergone fairly a few adjustments already.

Schreier’s sources mentioned Rift is “far behind” schedule, although Ubisoft nonetheless reportedly plans on revealing it – or did plan to – in September as a part of their showcase on the sequence’ future.

Meanwhile, Schreier additionally mentioned Assassin’s Creed Infinity, the (additionally unannounced) stay service Assassin’s Creed game continues to be underneath improvement – however gained’t launch in 2022. That leaves Ubisoft with only one new PC game popping out within the 12 months’s latter half: Skull and Bones.

While the pirate game seems an terrible lot like Far Cry meets Sea of Thieves, PCGamesN’s Chris Capel got here away from an prolonged first take a look at the swashbuckling saga with largely optimistic impressions, minus the reasonably cluttered person interface.

Eivor’s journey isn’t over simply but, although. Valhalla’s roguelite mode continues to be set to launch later in 2022.