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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, A Fresh Take On Norse Mythology?

Today Ubisoft has officially announced the newest addition to Assassin Creed franchise. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is a brand new RPG set around 9th century England and Scandinavia. A Time of conquest, clan wars and retaliation. Valhalla takes Norse mythology up by several levels showcasing breathtaking views and a mesmerizing storyline.

While the franchise itself hasn’t been at its best recently it is no doubt that the visual feats it achieves have never gone unnoticed. Assassin’s Creed once again shows us the pinnacle of graphical advancement with this cinematic trailer. Moreover, the game is set to make its release on Xbox Series X and the PS5 which will definitely be worth mentioning.

Players get to play Eivor leading his/her clan from the disastrous and dangerous lands of Norway to a more tame yet hostile land of England. Moreover, the RPG factor is highly exaggerated and every minute choice makes a huge impact on the overall story. Talking about the RPG factor, Ubisoft confirms next level customization for players from hairstyles to tattoos, nothing is off the table.

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The raider concept set in Norse mythology is definitely something new and something Ubisoft hasn’t been shy of. The French giant has done a lot for experimental games and while not all of them have been huge successes this one for once looks promising. With an action-packed Viking protagonist, there will be raids, conquest and a variety of strategic options for players to have.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is set to release Holidays 2020 on PC, Xbox One, Google Stadia, Xbox Series X, PS4 and last but not the least PS5 and I for once am looking forward to what Ubisoft brings this year. Stay tuned to their Hub for the latest updates.

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Ibtehaj Temuri reporting from duty. My interests generally manoeuvre around video games, animation and works of fiction. Love to have a chat and any sort of criticism is worth my while.
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