Much more significance lies beyond the surface of the Assassin’s Creed Mirage logo than meets the eye. The founder and CEO of Ubisoft has said as much, revealing details about the company’s recent product unveilings and announcements. One of its staffers continued the discussion by revealing the key to the symbol of the acclaimed action-adventure game’s open universe.
Vice President Fawzi Mesmar of the French firm stated the logo is an Arabic letter in a social media post. Since the brand name was inspired by eastern calligraphy, this style might be considered its foundation. The Arabic interpretation of the sign, which is intended to be cryptic, is “Hidden.” And it brings you back to the beginning of the story, to when Bayek originally conceived of the Assassin’s Brotherhood as the Hidden Ones.
Being that Basim from Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is included, this is a huge deal for the future of stealth action games. The game’s story also unfolds in Baghdad. The video concludes with several breathtaking views with the Assassin’s Creed Mirage logo. A massive teardrop-shaped sign with a rounded bottom hangs above the three-tiered inscription with the name. The tiny weaves on each side are mirror images of one another.
The initial few lines are white, while the latter few are beige and gold. The logotype for this video game uses a typical typeface: refined, elongated, and tapering slightly at the ends. Including the name of the release, all letters are uppercase. The video closes with the logo glistening in opulent gold.
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