Assassin’s Creed VR is An In-House Collaboration Project For VR Experimentation, No Plan for Release Currently

An Assassin’s Creed VR rumor has been floating around today, and we have got some new information regarding this rumor.

Assassin’s Creed VR is a game that first appear as a rumor due to a designer who have posted some UI concepts on dribbble, which you can find here. According to the concept, this game appears to have multiplayer, compatible with HTC Vive, produced in Unreal Engine 4 and is an “Escape Room” game.

It turns out that this is actually a collaboration project (between NHTV University of Applied Sciences and Ubisoft) and is meant for in-house experimentation of VR. There is currently no plan for commercial release.

Titled “Assassin’s Creed: Da Vinci’s Workshop”, this co-op escape room will have the participants solving numerous puzzles inside Leonardo’s workshop to recover a piece of Eden.

Sadly the rest of the info is under NDA.

While it is disappointing that this is not an actual game project under development, we hope Ubisoft will see the potential and make it a reality soon.

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