Assassin’s Creed The Golden City offers a classic AC experience
The Assassin’s Creed series is releasing a lot of content. Ubisoft is throwing everything they have at the franchise, and it’s great.
The release date of Mirage is rapidly approaching. Basim, Valhalla’s Basim will appear in the game. It is set during Baghdad’s ninth century. The game is said to return to AC’s stealth-based formula, and you will be happy to hear that it has its smallest AC maps in years. Ubisoft has also recently released a playtesting call for Assassin’s Creed: Codename Jade. Assassin’s Creed Nexus is another game that will feature Ezio Auditore. Those rumors about a Black Flag reboot intrigue me. You may have overlooked Assassin’s Creed The Golden City a new and fantastic novel.
the Golden City, released in May of this year, is an absolute must-read for fans of AC and readers alike. It’s fun to get lost in the game, and it is also enjoyable to lose yourself in a good book. Basim is also a part of Mirage. Valhalla is the prequel to Golden City. This makes it a follow-up to Mirage. Basim and his mentee Hytham team up in the novel to stop an emperor from murdering his own son. Hytham also has doubts regarding Basim’s loyalties.
You must have been intrigued by that, right? The book has been well-received by fans. Reddit user LegacyOfTheJedi said: “This novel really elevates [Hytham] and Basim, especially Hytham. It does this while telling a tale that nails the Assassin’s Creed feeling.” Later, they added that “it’s paced nicely, there are some good twists and turns, solid action and some great emotion. The ending is also satisfying.” The game also features a number of classic franchise elements, such as parkour, assassinations, and even some tailing missions.
A fellow user, immersive said, “Basim’s and Hytham’s dynamic is well-done in the Golden City.” The novel will not spoil Valhalla or Mirage. LegacyOfTheJedi claims that it will elevate Valhalla when you read it before. This could be the perfect thing to keep you going until Mirage is released.