Although we are ready to see a little gameplay Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, The trailer of Ubisoft’s new story contains the most important part of the plot details.
The trailer, which only introduces the male version of the protagonist Ivor, introduces Sigurd, the main character’s brother, as well as a member of the Assassin’s Order. It is Sigurd indicating Evor and the rest of the clan to expand into Britain, facing many enemies along the way. A new character also mentions “a dark overlook, an unknown threat” that is bound for England’s fate, pointing to the more science fiction-y aspects of Assassin’s Creed sport.
The new look at the game follows Ubisoft’s many controversies, including allegations of sexual harassment, as well as the firing of former creative director of the game Ashraf Ismail following widespread allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct within the company. In particular, the Bloomberg investigation at the company also included reports from employees about how female characters were consistently minimized in the Assassin’s Creed game, a trend that was “a depiction of sexuality within the company”. Bloomberg also cited Polygon’s 2014 reporting on the lack of female killers. Assassin’s Creed UnityThe four-player co-op mode with former Ubisoft creative director Alex Amancio, stating that to include them “would actually be a lot of extra production work”. At the time, Amancio faced pushback from other animators, who disagreed with his claim.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Is set to launch on 10 November.