The fans of Assassin’s Creed are thrilled with the fact that their favorite game series is coming back pretty soon with a new iteration. Entitled Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, the game is arriving somewhere during the fourth quarter of 2020, and Ubisoft has already revealed some relevant trailers.
But as one of the gameplay trailers revealed way too much about the gameplay itself, fans are boiling with curiosity to find out what will the upcoming title bring to the series.
Smaller map size in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla than in other titles of the series?
The Ubisoft head of communications for the Middle East, Mr. Malek Teffah, says that the upcoming game won’t be the longest and biggest game in the series. Despite being the newest addition for the series, other Assassin’s Creed games will have a bigger map, and fans certainly wouldn’t want that. And as the Ubisoft representative didn’t provide any further info, we don’t know for sure how large the upcoming game is.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is already available for pre-order, and its official presentation says it all:
“In Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, you are Eivor, a fierce Viking warrior raised on tales of battle and glory. Explore a dynamic and beautiful open world set against the brutal backdrop of England’s Dark Ages. Raid your enemies, grow your settlement, and build your political power in your quest to earn your place among the gods in Valhalla.”
However, the developers are revealing some thrilling details about the gameplay. The players get the chance to mimic the fighting style of the Vikings by using weapons like swords, axes, and shields. The killing in the game is addictive: you can choose to be stealthy, or by beheading your foes.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will arrive at the gaming world for PC, PS4, Xbox One, but also for the next-generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft: PS5 and Xbox Series X, respectively.
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