Needless to say we're pretty excited about the customer-focused feature, and we're hopeful many developers and publishers will continue to get on board.
While the trailer featured Xbox branding Ubisoft has confirmed Assassin's Creed Valhalla will also be out on Sony PlayStation consoles. An artist slowly and painstakingly built out the image you see above while fans speculated about the setting and classic songs from the series like "Ezio's Family" played in the background.
The game will release in Holiday 2020 on Epic Games Store and UPLAY.
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Regardless, it will remain to be seen if Assassin's Creed Valhalla will remain exclusive. Let us know in the Shacknews Chatty comment section below.
The gargantuan developmental effort was revealed after the reveal of the game's title. Sometime between eight and 11th century, meaning just before the events of the first Assassin's Creed. Eurogamer provided the first batch of information, including the fact that Assassin's Creed Valhalla is primarily a single-player experience with "many online components, encouraging players to share their progress and creativity".
All pre-orders come with access to a bonus in-game mission called The Way of the Berserker. Ubisoft announced that nearly a third of all of its studios were working on Valhalla, which was something that made me feel rather faint. The cinematic trailer sets up the story conflict between our Viking hero and King Alfred the Great of England, the latter of whom isn't very pleased about those little invasions that keep happening.
For those who can't (or don't want to) watch a video at the moment, the trailer depicts a Viking warrior - later revealed to be an Assassin - who leads a battalion against the armies of the English. This became clear when BossLogic began drawing Viking-themed art on the Assassin's Creed reveal Twitch stream - but the name also gives it away.