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Assassin’s Creed Infinity Might Have a Monthly Subscription and ‘Heavy’ Microtransactions

Ubisoft is in the process of establishing Assassin’s Creed Infinity, an evolving platform to host all future Assassin’s Creed titles, seemingly beginning with this year’s Assassin’s Creed Codename Red (or Assassin’s Creed Shadows). Some new details have now emerged about the platform from a renowned Ubisoft leaker who claims that it might have a monthly subscription and a “heavy” focus on microtransactions.

The leak originates from Ubisoft leaker j0nathan who has been accurate about most Ubisoft leaks in the past. According to the leaker, Assassin’s Creed Infinity users might have to sign up to a monthly subscription to use the service, above what players are already paying for Ubisoft+. The subscription will reportedly give players access to older Assassin’s Creed games – something that you can already get with a Ubisoft+ subscription but there’s a catch.

The Assassin’s Creed Infinity subscription will supposedly give subscribers all future DLC and monthly exclusive skins/items including access to the latest Assassin’s Creed titles. Finally, the leaker claims that this platform will have a heavy focus on microtransactions, which isn’t great news at all.

Speaking candidly on the matter, j0nathan said that he isn’t 100% sure about the information but he’s sharing it anyway in an effort to get Ubisoft to reconsider before things get ugly. As you can imagine, an idea like this would not go down well with current Ubisoft+ subscribers who will then have to sign up for a second subscription service to enjoy all of Ubisoft’s games.

The good news is Ubisoft hasn’t confirmed any of this yet so there’s still time for the company to surprise us and make a U-turn on these decisions, if they are indeed accurate. With all the hype going into the next big mainline entry, something like this would definitely stir up backlash.

Source: j0nathan

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