Ubisoft has made Assassin’s Creed Mirage available for iPhone and iPad. This is a big step forward for the gaming business. This AAA game can now be downloaded from the App Store. It has better graphics and features that you can use with your finger. Here is an outline of the game and what it has to offer:

iOS and iPhone users can play Assassin’s Creed Mirage

Set in Baghdad, the heart of the Middle East, Assassin’s Creed Mirage is a captivating prequel to Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Players assume the role of Basim, a cunning street thief haunted by chilling visions.

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Seeking redemption, Basim joins the enigmatic group. The Hidden Ones and delves into their peculiar practices and beliefs. The game offers the same enthralling experience on iPhone and iPad, with the added advantage of user-friendly tools and accelerated graphics, thanks to hardware-accelerated ray tracing and mesh shading.

Are you interested in trying out Assassin’s Creed Mirage?

You can download the game for free and enjoy a 90-minute trial period. If you’re hooked, you can purchase the full version within the app for $49.99 after the trial period ends. But here’s the best part: for a limited time, the game is available at a discounted price of $24.99, allowing you to play to your heart’s content for the first two weeks.

Running time and graphics

Several sites have examined how well the game works on iPhones and iPads. The game can maintain its 30 FPS goal in open worlds and cutscenes, but some combat scenes have been said to have bad performance, with frame rates dropping into the mid-20s.

The game can be challenging because the frame rate is only sometimes stable, especially during heated battles. There are three settings for the game’s graphics level: low, medium, and high. Medium graphics is the usual setting on iPhone 15 Pro models, which can keep the 30 FPS goal. Playing with low graphics settings can make things run faster, but the frame rate is still off.

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Coming out soon

In other news, Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown will likely come out on Mac. This game is part of Apple’s effort to make all of its gadgets feel like consoles when it comes to gaming.

There has yet to be a precise date for when the Mac version will be available. However, it will probably be announced at either the upcoming iPad event or the Worldwide Developers Conference in June.

In conclusion, Assassin’s Creed Mirage is a big deal for gaming because it brings AAA console-quality games to iPhone and iPad. The game’s performance could be more stable, but the immersive experience and improved images make it an exciting addition to the gaming world.

Apple is becoming a more prominent name in the gaming business by announcing that games like Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown will be coming out on Mac.