Ubisoft has revealed that it will host an event in September to announce the future of its popular Assassin’s Creed game, the publisher announced Tuesday during its livestream event to mark the 15th anniversary of its Assassin’s Creed franchise. to celebrate. The company is said to be working on two Assassin’s Creed projects, including a live service game and a standalone title codenamed Rift. Ubisoft hasn’t revealed any details about what to expect from the event scheduled for September.

On Tuesday, Ubisoft teased gamers with the announcement regarding the “future of Assassin’s Creed” during a livestream event celebrating 15 years of the Assassin’s Creed franchise – the first game was published in 2007. “Join us in September as we explore the future of Assassin’s Creed at a very special event,” the publisher said. No additional details have been disclosed, including whether it would be announcing one or more Assassin’s Creed titles at the upcoming event.

Last year, it was reported that Ubisoft was working on a new Assassin’s Creed game codenamed Infinity, which is expected to be a live service title. The upcoming title is expected to be an evolving title, akin to games like Fortnite and GTA Online. Assassin’s Creed Infinity will likely bring one of the biggest changes in franchise history since its debut in 2007.

Ubisoft later confirmed Unity’s development in a blog post. It’s worth noting that the title of the blog post also includes the words “the future of the Assassin’s Creed franchise.”

Meanwhile, Ubisoft is also said to be working on a standalone Assassin’s Creed title codenamed Rift. Earlier this year, Bloomberg reported that Ubisoft started working on Rift as an expansion for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, but eventually developed it as a standalone title to fill its thin release schedule for this year or 2023. Rift is expected to star in Basim, a Valhalla assassin, but offers a much smaller scope than Ubisoft’s recent entries in the franchise, and will focus on stealth gameplay, according to the report.