New Assassin's Creed, Division Resurgence and Marvel Snaps Open for Pre-Registration

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Over the weekend, there were various announcements for Android games. From the opening of pre-registration for The Division Resurgence to the announcement of yet another of his Niantic augmented reality titles, mobile has plenty of news to keep his gamers happy. Gamespot’s mobile game show Swipe also debuted last week. Our roundup has gathered the most exciting games from the event.

It’s often hard to keep track of all the information that’s been revealed over a busy weekend, so we’ve collected all the major mobile game announcements for your enjoyment.

Ubisoft Forward

Hosted by Ubisoft on Saturday Forward, a showcase of upcoming gamesThere was a lot to see on all platforms, including interesting information for mobile.

Assassin’s Creed Jade

First, I got Assassin’s Creed Jade. Details are still pretty sparse, but it’s described as a “AAA RPG action-adventure game” and we know nothing. However, it has been confirmed to be set in China. This area was only visited in Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China. So a more expansive Assassin’s Creed game set in China would certainly be interesting.

Netflix Games also announced a partnership with UbisoftThe partnership will produce a new Assassin’s Creed mobile game, along with two other games set in the worlds of Valiant Heres and Mighty Quest. Although it is unconfirmed, it seems to be a different title from Assassin’s Creed Jade.

Division Resurgence Pre-Registration

The first gameplay of The Division Resurgence took place in July, and pre-registration is finally open. Unfortunately, there’s no release date yet, just a vague “2023” placeholder.

Rainbow Six Mobile Closed Beta

Eurogamer reported yesterday that Ubisoft is sending out invites Test the latest build of your game. The closed beta is live now, but only available in the US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Philippines, Singapore, and India. Also, it is not available for iOS devices.

If you were lucky enough not to be invited, we encourage you to pre-register using the Google Play link below. Hands-on with the closed alpha, I noticed the game was off to a good start, so I’m excited to see how the beta improves the experience. I hope it improves the pesky touchscreen controls that made using one of the almost mandatory.

Marvel Snap and Marvel World of Heroes

There was a lot going on outside of Ubisoft’s showcase this weekend. Marvel fans have received announcements about two upcoming games, Marvel Snap and Marvel World of Heroes.

Marvel Snap is a free-to-play card battler available for pre-registration now. That alone might not get you excited, but the former Hearthstone director Ben Brode heads up the game development team, Second Dinner. This level of experience hopefully means the game never flops.

Marvel Snap release date October 18thYou can register using the Google Play link below.

Then there’s Marvel World of Heroes. This is his upcoming AR game for Pokémon GO developer Niantic. Scheduled for worldwide release in 2023, Niantic claims it is “the first Marvel game where players become their own Marvel Super Hero.”you can read all about it Niantic announcement post, but don’t get too excited. Niantic seems to be developing the game just to cancel it.

Invasion of the Iron Marines

If all this talk about pre-registration and vague release dates is frustrating, download Iron Marines Invasion. This is the latest game from his Ironhide Games, developers of the popular Kingdom Rush franchise.

Iron Marines Invasion is the follow-up to Iron Marines, promising the same offline RTS experience with tons of new features and improvements, and a wealth of new missions and playable maps.

An ambiguous release date mitigates some of these exciting announcements, but it’s still a cracking weekend for mobile gamers.And if Iron Marines Invasion isn’t your thing, try the recently released Railbound. please look. This is a new puzzle game that combines cute dogs and trains. One thing is certain. There’s no shortage of interesting games coming to mobile these days. It’s great to see this as the holiday season approaches.

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