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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Revealed, Cinematic Trailer Coming Tomorrow

It’s certainly vikings

  • ShogunRok
  • by Robert Ramsey
Assassin's Creed Valhalla Reveal

Following an eight hour livestream recording of digital artist BossLogic creating the video game’s key art, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has actually been officially revealed. As was greatly rumoured, the title looks to be taking the franchise to the time of vikings, and passing the above art work, we’ll be playing as one.

The primary character brings an axe with an assassin sign engraved into it, while a raven appears to be his hunting bird of choice. Fitting, viewing as ravens are very important creatures in Norse folklore, and vikings used them for navigation purposes when travelling to remote lands by sea.

Ubisoft has likewise published a much, much shorter version of the aforementioned livestream. You can see it listed below.

It’s reasonable to assume that naval battle will be returning, which the game will be embeded in Northern Europe. If we’re dealing with vikings, the map could possibly cover a lot of various countries. We may be checking out the Baltic Sea, or we could be setting sail on the North Sea. Or both. We’ll hopefully find out quickly enough.

Anyhow, we’re getting a cinematic trailer tomorrow (that’s the 30 th April) at 4PM UK time, 8AM Pacific time. We’ll be sure to host it here on Push Square.

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