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Ubisoft confirms ‘Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’ after an 8 hour BossLogic livestream

 

Two years past the release of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Ubisoft has finally revealed the title and setting for their next release in the series: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, set during the 9th century Viking invasion of Saxon kingdoms and starring a male protagonist named Eivor.

Valhalla was slowly unveiled in a 8-hour livestream by digital artist BossLogic, who showed the time-lapsed process of creating the Valhalla art. As the stream went on, more details emerged and led viewers to hone in on specific details that clued them in to the game’s setting.

Early clues included snow-capped mountains on the left, referencing the Vikings’ Scandinavian homeland, and the fortified castle under attack on the right, which speaks to the several Saxon kingdoms invaded by the Vikings in the mid-800s. Later, the addition of the Vikings’ signature spiral-painted shields fighting warriors bearing red Saxon flags clarified the vision and time period. Read more…

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