The video shows 30 minutes of AC Valhalla gameplay, a week before Ubisoft’s UbiForward 2020 event!
In recent months, we’ve gotten some “gameplay” trailers, all that was missing in those trailers was the gameplay. For the most part, they just managed to convey the atmosphere, showcasing the beautiful graphics and captivating atmosphere, but the fans were disappointed that they couldn’t see the game playing properly. For those who may not have seen it, here is the first trailer of the gameplay:
The trailer of the gameplay gives a little insight into the world of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. We can see what the game will be like on Xbox Series X as Eivor and his Viking clan travel to the fractured land of England. The trailer also shows what’s going to be new in the game, such as raids with Viking ships, a new system invented for two-handed combat, axe-throwing, and even customizable tattoos. In one scene, we even see Eivor landing a flying knee to the head of one of his enemies before tackling another off his feet and then brutally executing him. However, the trailer also flashes a walkable open world where we can see a Viking feast, huge green fields and iconic places like the Stonehenge.
After the trailer, Ubisoft, which is going through quite difficult times lately has announced its July digital event as E3’s replacement, where more of the novelties would have been shown. The UbiForward event would have been on this week’s Sunday, July 12, but why wait another week if we can get a glimpse of the game now?
A video showing a 30-minute gameplay has been leaked to the net, and while the quality will be better at the event, check it out now for yourself:
Hurry up, Ubisoft is hunting for more and more shares of the video now, so it’s not gonna be up for a long time!
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is expected later this year for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC and Google Stadia.
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