He states that the date could shift by a few weeks if it clashes with any other major titles, though Ubisoft doesn't want the game to release any later than November. This news comes after two reported delays to the title, as Ubisoft shifts the game from 2022 to 2023, and then from early 2023 to an unspecified release date.
Assassin's Creed Mirage was first revealed last September amid a series of other AC releases. The title will return to the older style of Assassin's Creed, meaning it'll be filled with parkour, stealth, and assassinations, directly in contrast with the newer titles in the series that favor a massive open-world and more action-orientated gameplay.
Just this week, Ubisoft revealed that they have about 2,000 people working on the series, and are planning on increasing that number to 2,800 over a series of years. This means that a full ten percent of Ubisoft employees are working on an Assassin's Creed title.