The trailer introduces aspects of Assassin’s Creed Vallah that we haven’t seen so far, mainly how Evir and the other Vikings live outside the war. It exposes their identities with God as “heartless” and “Godless” barbarians, helping innocent people survive mid-war, while the scenes of grim war lead to fickle fights in a rustic village. Is added together.
This is our first proper look at female Ivor, noting that Vallah’s marketing has so far focused primarily on the male protagonist.
You can watch the trailer below.
The second half of the trailer is more likely what players would expect from Assassin’s Creed Vallah – bloodthirsty fighters, powerful enemies, and spectacular hidden blades.
As you can see in the trailer, Eiver seems to be fantastic, which comes against Gregor’s “The Mountain” Clegan’s version of Vallah. When he defends and defeats his attacks, he turns to his commander and asks permission to kill him. However, despite the above permission, he has to pay the ultimate cost due to his hesitation – unbeknownst to him, is the blade hidden in the ivory.
While you can swap between male and female ivories at any time in Assassin’s Creed Vallah, it was recently revealed that some gods wanted the game to focus exclusively on the latter. This is not necessarily surprising given the fact that Cassandra was considered the only hero in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, but Ubisoft said “women don’t sell.”
The news came in the wake of Ubisoft’s suspended executives Tommy Francois and Maxime Beland, both of whom have since resigned from their posts.
Ubisoft also announced that three other execs – chief creative officer Serge Hascott, managing director of Ubisoft’s Canadian studio Yannis Mallat and global head of HR Cecil Cornet. – Will also resign from his post. Hascoët and Mallat are no longer in the company, while Kornet is in a different position.
Assassin’s Creed Vallah is set to launch on November 17, 2020 for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Google Stadia.