Assassins creed valhalla map larger than odyssey
Ubisoft's next action RPG, Assassin's Creed Valhalla, is likely to be bigger than Assassin's Creed Odyssey. Assassin's Creed Valhalla producer Julien Laferrière revealed the same information in a recent interview with French YouTuber Julien Chièze.
Chièze questioned what range players can expect when Valhalla is released and more specifically how large the map will be compared to the previous Assassin's Creed title.
Laferrière explained that this map would be slightly larger than Odyssey, although he said he does not have exact numbers to qualify this claim. Laferrière noted that Ubisoft has rebuilt the entire country in the shape of England, as well as most of Norway, and some secret locations that producers are currently unable to fathom.
Laferrière also stated that Ubisoft's goal is to develop an ambitious game that provides players with "many, many hours of gameplay", in keeping with previous Assassin's Creed games, and for those who want to experience all that the game has. to offer. Humanly speaking, these games easily passed the 100 hour mark for gamers. The producer's ideas of
on the scope of the game appear to go against the news that emerged last month, which indicated that Ubisoft intends to make games more compact in terms of content, in response to criticism that Odyssey is too bloated to be filling and repetitive. contents.
Malek Teffaha, Ubisoft's director of public relations in the Middle East, made the same explanation on Twitter earlier this month. Teffaha said that Assassin's Creed Valhalla is neither the longest nor the biggest game in the series, and Ubisoft is eager to address criticism of Odyssey. The tweet has been deleted.
It remains to be seen if this means that Teffaha miscalculated the size of the map, or that we will indeed experience another 100-hour epic filled with bloated content. Deleted tweets caused problems, but this is not necessarily a sign of bad news.
players are sure to rejoice over the great map. Despite this, many people are still afraid to walk through a long, content-filled distance again to reach the next mission milestone in history.
The fact that Ubisoft has stated that it will take action on criticism indicates that Assassin's Creed Valhalla should provide more engaging content. As far as the current situation is concerned, unless Ubisoft provides more specific details, we will have to wait until the game is released sometime in late 2020 (if the various rumors have any substantive content, around mid-October).