Assassins creed valhalla release date rumors and news
Since they entered the series in 2018, Assassin's Creed fans have been there for several years, Odyssey, on the shelves, during this time, there have been many rumors about the new Assassin's Creed. But now, with the announcement of Assassin's Creed Valhalla, these rumors can be removed.
Fortunately, Ubisoft released more than a trailer, let's learn more about the different game elements and options that will shape the title, and how Assassin's Creed Valhalla differs from other games in the series.
So far, the game has just received its official reveal trailer for the film, which announces that the game will be released during the "holidays" of 2020, so while we don't have an exact release date for the game, we do we know. It should be released at the end of November this year.
Another interesting fact about Assassin's Creed Valhalla is that it is not only available for PC, Stadia, Xbox One and PS4, but it has been announced as the next generation game, which means that it can be used on both PlayStation 5 Play and Xbox. Series. X
So far, Assassin's Creed Valhalla has only released one trailer (excluding Bosslogic's visual trailer), in which viewers can enjoy the introduction of the new protagonist of the game Eivor, and the Viking invader The Bloody Battle Between the army and King Alfred of Wessex in England.
Judging from the movie trailer, players seem to prefer using the traditional Assassin's Creed experience in the Hall of Valor, especially since the invisible blade reappears in the trailer. AC fans won't be surprised that they only have movie trailers at the moment, but if rumors are to be believed, we might see Assassin's Creed Valhalla play on Xbox Series X in May as part of their new Xbox demos that show new games on consoles.
So far, there hasn't been much reveal on the visual form of the actual game Assassin's Creed Valhalla, although Ubisoft has shared some information on what players can expect in the game.
Play as Eivor You will play as a Norwegian Viking who often participates in raids off the coast of England.
It seems that Ubisoft is once again very inclined to the RPG element of the game. Players can choose the gender of the character as in the "Odyssey" and play the game with the gender of their choice.
Ubisoft also talked about how Valhalla will see players build and expand their homes in England - as the game progresses, players build and upgrade different buildings themselves, such as barracks, lodgings, tattoo shops, blacksmiths, and farms.
The establishment of these settlements is not just for fighting. Ubisoft has been very outspoken in letting players know that they can establish political allegiance and talk about various situations on and off to expand their Viking stronghold off the coast of England.
But this does not mean that the fight is not important. This is Assassin's Creed after all, and Ubisoft has made it clear that they have completely overhauled their combat system and even incorporated dismembered physics and other visceral combat elements into the game for the first time, reflecting the cruel nature of the game. the Vikings.
Combat will play an important role in some other new additions in Assassin's Creed Valhalla, namely raids. Ubisoft has implemented a player-led raid mechanism that allows players to plunder enemy territory in a true Viking style to obtain the resources needed for survival.
Ubisoft also revealed more information about the types of weapons players can use in Valhalla. Swords, axes, and shields are ready (and can be used in dual wielding style). Of course, there is also the reintroduction of Hidden Blade as a weapon. The
Hidden Blade brings us back to the more traditional aspects of the Assassin's Creed game, Valhalla restored the traditional wrist blade used for stealth kills in overwhelming situations. Now, it's hard to see how the age-old stories of Assassins and Templars will connect to the game's narrative, because the story we know so far is itself Eivor is taking the Vikings from Norway to England in a rich resource. land Build a new peaceful life. An interesting view of the Viking invasion, but it will be interesting to see how it plays out in the broader narrative and modern plot of Assassin's Creed.
The supernatural element was also teased in the Assassin's Creed Valhalla movie trailer, and a dark figure claiming to be Odin appeared in the fierce battle. After Assassin's Creed Odyssey and other mythological creatures and characters appear, it will be interesting to see what Viking myths and legends actually appear in the game.
Also, it's worth noting that there is no eagle appearance in the trailer; a common symbol of the Assassin's Creed series. Instead, a raven appeared, which may imply that the abilities of many players will be related to the Viking myth at that time, especially the raven is the eyes of Odin on earth.