Assassin’s Creed Mirage Reviews Dropped

Assassin's Creed Mirage Reviews

Assassin’s Creed Mirage

Assassin’s Creed is back with a new title: Assassin’s Creed Mirage, which counts as the 13th installment of the Assassins Creed series since the release of its first game in 2007. Release date assassin’s creed mirage.. It is the successor of Assassins Creed Valhalla, which was released for PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Series S, and Stadia on November 10, 2020.

The countdown for release has started, and being under the radar of gamers, Ubisoft’s major attempt to add to the lineup of action-adventure game series has started receiving opinions from reviewers. Assassin Creed Mirage Reviews hit a 77-metascore on Metacritic out of a hundred.

Out of 75 reviews, 52 (69%) were positive, while 22 (29%) were mixed reviews; however, there was no negative until now. The Score is Below the average score of 80 in the franchise’s previous entries.

Following are some of the reviews from major outlets:

  • VGC 4/5
  • Eurogamer 4/5
  • Games Radar 4/5 
  • Noisy Pixel 9/10
  • Gameinformer 8/10
  • GamingBolt 8/10
  • Stevivor 8.5/10
  • Easy Allies 8/10
  • IGN 8/10
  • PC Gamer 77/100
  • Videogamer 7/10
  • Destructoid 7.5/10
  • GodisaGeek 7.5/10


All-inclusive, Assassins’s Creed Mirage is appraised by reviewers, particularly the Classical assassination, parkour, and stealth elements. Stealth has been greatly targeted in Mirage, where players can hide in crowds, blend with non-playing characters, and use environmental elements to stay hidden from enemies.

The parkour of Assassin’s Creed Mirage is undertaken mush than ever before, allowing him to run, climb, leap, and perform acrobatic stunts to traverse buildings, rooftops, and landscapes of the intricately and well-designed city of Baghdad. 

Additionally, in Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Ubisoft appears to be committed to bringing the series back to its roots by doing away with all those useless freedom-of-choices and returning to a linear and more concise story that’s more in line with how the games used to be.

Ubisoft made Assassins Creed Mirage even more engaging by associating the story with the past and present of the series, providing players with a compact, engaging story driven by captivating and worth-seeking characters and secrets. The long-standing fans could not resist playing this compelling piece. While the newcomers can also enjoy the interesting visuals and historical storylines from the Abbasid Baghdad of the late 9th century.

Moreover, Assassin’s Creed Mirage Reviews also described that the game setting in the city is immensely liked while the game visuals and audio are also praised by users.

However, Assassin’s Creed Mirage faced some criticism for not having anything exciting or new to offer. It is perceived as a mixture of the worst parts of classic and modern Assassin’s Creed by some reviewers. Apparently, in Mirage, Ubisoft is believed to sacrifice both storytelling and and vastness of the world for exploration, trying to please the classic and modern fans.

Assassin’s Creed is rated 77/100 on Metacritic, defining it under the title of “generally favorable.” Putting great efforts into stealth and parkour and associating the story with the past proved that Ubisoft has done pretty much with the game. However, it is worth waiting until launch to see how the game pleases the gamers.


Additionally, the game is set to have a story of around 20-24 hours while the story progression is linear and has ditched the XP-based progression, as seen in previous entries.

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