Through its Ubisoft Forward display, Ubisoft has unveiled its brand-new Assassin’s Creed game for mobile devices. In their newest open-world mobile RPG, presently known as “Assassin’s Creed Codename Jade,” Ubisoft go to China in the East. The game is slated to be one of three new offerings in the Netflix games catalog.

About this enigmatic “Project Jade,” not much is known at the present. Fans of the venerable franchise will be properly informed as soon as new details are made public.

Explore Ancient China in the new Assassin’s Creed: Codename Jade

The mobile Assassin’s Creed, which has been specially optimized for touch-screen capabilities, will allow fans to freely explore Ancient China. According to Marc-Alexis Côté, the franchise’s executive producer, “you may construct your own persona for the first time in our open-world games.” You’ll have the option to participate in violent battle, sneak through busy towns, parkour on top of the Great Wall of China, and learn more about the mysteries and scope of ancient China.

Players should expect a traditional AAA Assassin’s Creed experience full of stealth, action, and exploration that will all easily fit onto mobile devices. A game trailer was also made available by Ubisoft. In the world of mobile gaming, this appears to be one to watch.

Ubisoft had partnered with Netflix for 3 new mobile games

Two other mobile games will also be made available on the Netflix subscription service in addition to Assassin’s Creed Codename Jade. One will be a follow-up to “Valient Hearts: The Great War,” which came out in 2014, and is scheduled to be released in January 2023. The Mystery Quest,” an action role-playing game, will get a second sequel that will debut the following year.

Although it appears that these games will be Netflix-only, Netflix has guaranteed that they will not contain in-app purchases or advertisements. When things are released, including the newest Assassin’s Creed game, only Netflix subscribers will have access to them. Unknown is whether Ubisoft has more intentions. A live-action TV series from the same property is also available to go along with the Assassin’s Creed video game. In 2020, this was first made public.