The Assassin’s Creed Mirage map is the size of Revelations

Tired of those giant maps in Assassin’s Creed? Then you’ll be glad that Assassin’s Creed Mirage keeps it much smaller. According to Ubisoft, the map of Baghdad is roughly the same size as the map of Constantinople from the Apocalypse.

As you know, the latest installment in the franchise puts exploration and combat aside for a stealth approach to intense environments. Sneaking up and blending in with the crowd is key again. And although it will be crowded in the streets of Baghdad, the city doesn’t have to be too big for that.

website mp1st He writes that Ubisoft compares the game’s size to its two previous games. Specifically, the publisher cites Baghdad as being roughly the same size as Constantinople from Visions or Paris from Unity.

We remember Paris from loneliness as a huge metropolis. Constantinople is a little further in memory, but it was also much smaller, right? according to this video Constantinople has an area of ​​about 0.94 square kilometres, while Paris has an area of ​​2.40 square kilometres. Maybe Baghdad from Mirage Bean?

Is the playing field big enough? Perhaps, as long as we have plenty of targets to stab at…

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