Assassin’s Creed Mirage will receive a T-shirt with tactile feedback – GNM

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It will be possible to adjust the recoil force through the application.

Ubisoft has partnered with OWO to release a T-shirt inspired by the upcoming Assassin’s Creed Mirage. The product will reportedly make you feel like the protagonist of the game, increasing the immersiveness of the gaming experience.

The product description states: “When using the OWO system, you will be able to sense movement as you destroy your targets. Be careful though! Don’t let enemies get too close or you’ll feel the effects.”

The OWO T-shirt was first presented at CES 2023. With the help of electrical impulses transmitted through 12 conductive plates, it simulates up to 30 different sensations, including “insect bite or punch”. Moreover, at the maximum level, the blows can even be slightly painful – and their intensity is adjusted through a proprietary application.

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Along with the T-shirt, buyers will receive a digital download code for Assassin’s Creed Mirage. The device will be compatible with all versions of the game, including PC and consoles.

The cost and release date of the product is not yet known. By the way, the original OWO Skin costs €399.

Assassin’s Creed Mirage Key Details

  • The game takes place 20 years before AC Valhalla. The scene will be Baghdad, which is divided into four districts. Residents of the city will actively respond to the actions of Basim – the main character of the game.
  • The gameplay in Mirage is inspired by the debut installments of the franchise. There will be no role-playing elements, such as leveling up and choosing dialogue lines. But there will be new animations, and all aspects of the gameplay will become more polished.
  • The main focus of the game is on the stealth and gameplay elements that were present in the early parts of the franchise.
  • Assassin’s Creed Mirage will be released on October 12, 2023 on all current Xbox and PlayStation, as well as PC.

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