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Assassin’s Creed Mirage will explore Arab and Muslim mythology

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The next game in the Assassin’s Creed saga promises to return to its roots, not only at the playable level, but also at the setting level, returning to the Muslim roots of the first title. Taking this into account, and the recent focus on more fantastical and mythological aspects within the series, it seems that Assassin’s Creed Mirage will explore Arab and Muslim mythologyas explained by Sarah Beaulieu, narrative director of the title, through Twitter.

Beaulieu explains that one of the mysterious creatures that we can see in the latest trailer for the title is indeed (according to some fans theorized) a Djinn, which serves as proof that this new game will include mythological elements, as the original had already done. last trilogy of the saga, reaching the point of letting us visit Valhalla itself in the most recent game.

Assassin’s Creed Mirage will explore Arab and Muslim mythology

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“The creature Basim sees in the Assassin’s Creed Mirage trailer he is indeed a djinn”, explains Beaulieu on Twitter. “We call it ‘jinni’ (we use the Arabic word). I’ve seen your theories about him. Tons of great ideas, but none of them close to the truth. Don’t worry, you will soon meet our jinni.”

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And of course, we can’t wait to see the jinni (or jinnis, since it wouldn’t be strange if more than one appeared) that Ubisoft has prepared for us in Mirage. The fantasy elements of recent titles have been some of their freshest and most beloved elements by fans (albeit not to everyone’s taste), so it’s no wonder they want to continue to expand on that aspect in future sequels.

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