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Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla's "Deep dive" trailer left us speechless

Published: 22:11, 14 October 2020
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Screenshot from the upcoming Assassin's Creed Valhalla game showing two Vikings drinking from a horn.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla "Deep dive" trailer

Ubisoft have just released a deep-dive trailer with an extensive look at the world of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla's and our hype for the game just skyrocketed through the ceiling.

From the first day it was announced, Valhalla looked so beautiful and everything seemed like the game was going to be a real treat for the eyes, although many argued that the graphics could (or should) be much better for one AC game. Or for a next-gen consoles launch title. 

AC Valhalla is a cross-gen game, after all, keep that in mind, but it looked great to us from day one. 

It seemed at times that it was all but an AC game and that the developer wondered off into just another RPG action-adventure game, with a beautiful open world. 

As time went on and as we got new screenshots and videos for AC Valhalla, Ubisoft seemed to be slowly boosting the quality of the graphics. 

That can now be said with certainty because, in the last trailer, the game never looked better. The graphics are breathtaking. But not only the graphics, the whole wonderful Viking setting is also more thrilling. Ubisoft seems to be raising the bar with the new AC, as the visuals are breathtaking.

It even seems to us that the main characters are somehow better, more striking.

Ubisoft Assassin's Creed: Valhalla screenshot showing gorgeous landscape Assassin's Creed: Valhalla

In the seven-minute trailer, we got a deeper picture of the world we will visit as a Viking. The trailer teaches us everything we need to know about the last title in the AC series, such as building a settlement, upgrading it, various locations you will be able to visit, such as England, Norway, and even Asgard! 

The locations are diverse and each is beautiful in its own way. Several great landscapes could be seen in the trailer and we believe that players will also enjoy exploring the world of Valhalla. 

A great option in the game is a smooth transition from a female character to a male character and back, so players who start with one character at the beginning of the game will not have to worry about playing a little with the second available protagonist.

All this with no loading times on next-gen systems .

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is coming out in less than a month for Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC via Uplay and the Epic Games Store, and Stadia on November 10, and PlayStation 5 on November 12.

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