Assassin's Creed is coming for PUBG: Battlegrounds late this summer (or Q3 for those in the southern hemisphere).
The Transition event, running from August 17 to September 22; It will bring Assassin's Creed-themed cosmetics, events, and "world items" to PUBG.
In the event, where characters, bags and parachute costumes will be found for the players, other items waiting for the players will be emotes, weapon talismans and sprays. There will also be an Animus machine hidden on the maps and the Abstergo Industries Infiltrate Haven, which you can find on the Haven map.
Developer Krafton explained how players will earn Assassin's Creed-themed chest tickets: “As the stories of the Animus become the realities of the battlefields, players have the chance to acquire Assassin's Creed-themed in-game items, see Abstergo Industries introduced to the world of PUBG: Battlegrounds, and participate in a host of special events. they will have. ”
Assassin-flavored gear is also coming to New State Mobile, which includes over 30 unique Assassin's Creed-themed skins, such as the Ezio skin, Shay skin, and weapon skins, as well as limited-time co-op crates. Log in to the game every day from August 18 to September 21 to receive AC themed login rewards in PUBG mobile.
The only thing Krafton has to share right now is upcoming content for New State Mobile, but as always, we'll keep you updated as we receive this information.
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