What can you expect in Assassins Creed Shadows?

Whoa, hold onto your hidden blades—looks like we've got some juicy leaks about the upcoming Assassin's Creed: Shadows! Ubisoft may have been planning to keep a lid on things until their trailer dropped, but the rumor mill's already churning.

According to the scoop from some well-known leakers on X (formerly Twitter), it seems like we might have an early glimpse at both the release date and DLC pricing for Assassin's Creed: Shadows. Wario64, a trusted source in the gaming community, dropped a screenshot of the game's YouTube premiere, hinting at a possible release date of Nov. 15. And let's be real, fall is prime time for massive AAA releases, so it lines up perfectly with the franchise's history.


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But wait, there's more! Frax, another reputable leaker, spilled the beans on the DLC pricing scheme for AC: Shadows. If their info holds up, we're looking at two expansions priced at $25 each. That's some serious content to sink our hidden blades into!

While leaks should always be taken with a grain of salt, the pieces seem to be falling into place for an epic journey through feudal Japan in the next installment of Assassin's Creed. Better start sharpening those skills and brushing up on your stealth techniques—Nov. 15 might be closer than we think!

The hype train for Assassin’s Creed: Shadows is picking up speed, thanks to some trusted leakers on X (formerly Twitter) who've spilled the beans on potential release details and DLC pricing. Wario64's screenshot of the game's YouTube premiere hints at a Nov. 15 release date, aligning perfectly with the usual fall launch window for AAA titles. And when it comes to DLC, Frax dropped some intel suggesting we might see two expansions priced at $25 each.

But wait, there's more backstory to this saga. Assassin’s Creed: Shadows, previously known as Codename: Red, has been quietly simmering in the gaming world for over a year now. Set to be unveiled with a cinematic trailer on May 15, rumors suggest we could be in for a treat with a possible female protagonist. If confirmed, this marks the fourteenth mainline installment in Ubisoft's powerhouse franchise, which has been churning out hits almost yearly since its inception in 2007. The most recent entries, Mirage and Valhalla, have kept fans hooked, with the latter embracing a long-term live-service model.

With all eyes on the upcoming trailer drop, anticipation is at an all-time high for what promises to be another epic adventure in the Assassin’s Creed universe.