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Assassin's Creed Mirage Players Lagging Behind in Cat-Petting, Despite Game Stats

By Xueyang
Oct. 13, 2023 updated 08:24

Cat-Petting in Assassin's Creed: MirageCat-Petting in Assassin's Creed: Mirage

Recent data reveals that players of the newly released game, Assassin's Creed Mirage, might not be giving the virtual street cats the attention they deserve. According to a tweet from the official Assassin's Creed Twitter account, in the six days since the game's launch, players have petted a total of 1.2 million street cats. While at first glance, this figure might seem impressive, it pales in comparison to other in-game activities.

Ubisoft's data indicates that players have spent a combined 479 years navigating through Baghdad and executed a staggering 60 million leaps of faith. When placed against this backdrop, the 1.2 million cat-petting instances seem somehow insufficient.

The situation becomes even more glaring when compared to 2020's Ghost of Tsushima, where players petted an astonishing 10 million foxes within the first ten days of its release.

Adding a quirky twist to the feline narrative of Assassin's Creed Mirage, dedicated players who take the time to pet the cats may stumble upon a special feline bearing the Assassin's Creed logo on its face. Interestingly, a tidbit sourced from Reddit reveals that this cat is modeled after a real-life pet of a devoted Assassin's Creed enthusiast who made a special request to Ubisoft for its inclusion.

With these revelations, perhaps it's time for Assassin's Creed Mirage gamers to re-evaluate their in-game priorities.

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