More Assassin’s Creed Jade Gameplay Potentially Leaked

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A new 20-minute video from the upcoming mobile game Assassin’s Creed Jade was leaked on YouTube after a 3-minute version of the same video was leaked on Facebook and Reddit earlier this week.

The video shows a longer and more complete version of the mission to protect Yonging village from the Xiongnu invaders. The movements of Jian swords are very fluid, and the player has the ability to charge these weapons and deliver a decisive blow to the enemies. Also in the featured boss fight, the player can slow enemy attacks if they manage to escape successfully, and there are some unblockable attacks that the player has no choice but to dodge.

Other screens at launch confirm that this image is indeed taken from an Alpha test build of the game. It showcases the character creation system and the ability to choose between male and female genders, as well as options in the settings menu for adjusting camera functions and map cursors. The highlight may be the appearance of the Chinese inventor and military general Meng Tian, ​​a true historical character who participated in the expeditions against the Xiongnu and the construction of the Great Wall of China.

Another intriguing figure seen towards the end of the video is Xu Fu, a highly influential Chinese alchemist and explorer who served as a palace mage in the Qin Dynasty. Historically, he was asked by the King of Qin – where the game is located – to find the elixir of life, but he never returned from his journey to find it. The Japanese still attribute many achievements to him in various fields, and there are also many Xu temples and memorabilia to be found around Japan. This suggests that the game aims to explore the legends surrounding it and provide a fictional interpretation of its disappearance and the legends that followed it.

There is also another small video showcasing a leap of faith and infiltration at one of Qin’s heavily guarded mansions. The video implies that weapons have their own experience points and can be upgraded and upgraded by accumulating these points rather than collecting rare gear pieces and armor.

Assassin’s Creed Jade is scheduled to be released on Android and iOS, and a release date has yet to be confirmed.