The long survival of the Assassin’s Creed series in the scenario has come as a surprise for many. Every couple of years, Ubisoft comes up with a new installment consisting of the latest storylines, conspiracies, and overall improved gameplay.
Under this banner, many great titles have been created, but one of the greatest and most anticipated is surely Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. It has put the Vikings and their often considered uncivilized culture into consideration of the title. The teaser of the title that the fans have been able to see has painted a very atmospheric experience when law and order were pretty much not present.
The details and gameplay have been kept pretty close to the heart by Ubisoft, but it may get changed soon. Ubisoft Forward, a completely digital gaming conference is all set to go down on 12th July. This comes up when more of Assassins Creed Valhalla will be featured at Ubisoft Forward later this month.
The components of the latest additions have not yet been shown clearly, by many have leaned towards more story breakdown and hopefully, some changes in the gameplay.
The fans of this action-adventure series are keeping their hopes high about the progress of the developers in the combat techniques. Ubisoft has done an extremely good job, when it has come to this with various new installments, including Assassin’s Creed Origins and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.
Both the games have been well-accepted for most parts of them, and Ubisoft has all the chances of picking up where these titles had left off from a design standpoint.
As far as the story of the game is concerned, fans have not been able to know much at this moment other than the fact that the game will be taking place during 873 AD. The Vikings are set to invade Britain as a part of their European expansion.
Players will have to take up the role of Eivor, a Viking raider who finds himself in the midst of the storied battle between the brotherhood of the Templar Order and Assassins.
All in all, it really seems like an interesting and compelling story and an even more exciting and engaging time period. At this moment, it is pretty safe to assume that Ubisoft Forward will add more features in the character development of Valhalla and the open-ended environments.
As it stands at this time, Valhalla is all set to be launched in the latter part of 2020. It is certainly one of the most anticipated games of 2020 and seems like a big changeup and departure from what the developer has been able to do with the serious on previous occasions.
It can be hoped that the title helps in the progress of the series and makes full use of the advanced technologies that have been offered on both the PS5 and Xbox Series X. 12th July should provide the fans with a better indication of the true potential of the title.