Assassins Creed Valhalla Revealed
After yesterdays key art and title reveal, Ubisoft have given us a better look at this years Assassins Creed title as well as a cinematic trailer.
Assassins Creed Valhalla will see you take control of Eivor, who can be male of female depending on your choice, as you embark into ninth-century England and seek to establish a settlement for you and your people.
Take on brutal battles and raids with visceral combat that builds upon the combat systems implimented in Assassins Creed Odyssey. You will duel-wield axes, swing swords and strike with your hidden blade.
In a new take you will also look to grow and develop your own settlement for you and your people. Throughout the game you will be able to customise aspects such as barracks, blacksmiths and tattoo palours.
In a great new addition you will also be able to recruit mercenaries designed by other players into your game as well as create ones yourself before reaping the rewards as they fight alongside your friends in their games.
Along with the cinematic trailer Ubisoft gave us a look at some screenshots and art from the game which you can see below. We have since confirmed that we will also get a look at gameplay at next weeks Microsoft Inside Xbox on Thursday May 7th.
For those looking forward to next gen too you’re in luck as Assassins Creed Valhalla will release on Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC and Google Stadia holiday 2020.
As we wait for gameplay feel free to watch BossLogic’s photoshop livestream of the key art creating from yesterday and be sure to keep an eye out next Thursday for our first look at gameplay.
Information released 29/04/2020
Ubisoft have revealed the latest title in their Assassins Creed franchise, Assassins Creed Valhalla.
The games key art was unveiled in a photoshop live stream video from artist BossLogic. The art and title confirm the rumours that this years game will be set in Viking times and and will likely, if the art is anything to go on, feature snowy Scandinavian environments as well as grass plains and castles.
Ubisoft have since announced we will get a trailer tomorrow, April 30th at 8am PDT / 5pm CEST.
Until then you can watch the video of BossLogic creating the art below.