Ubisoft revealed Assassin's Creed Valhalla in a new trailer today and provided a small amount of information. But more details about the game have been revealed in an interview with chief producer Julian Lafrier.
According to Laferrière, Assassin's Creed Valhalla The team worked hard to ensure that the game portrayed Vikings not only focused on the warrior aspect, because the game also emphasized a rich cultural and mythological color. Ubisoft has found a way to incorporate Viking legends into Assassin's Creed legends, and Laferrière doesn't want to disrupt this aspect of the game, you can expect the Nordic gods to play a role.
Laferrière said: "It is believed that they are roaming the earth and participating in battles-this is part of the Viking spirit." This is how we treat it in the game, which is the same in belief and practice at the time. "
The crow associated with Odin in Nordic mythology will become an animal companion in the game, similar to the eagle in other Assassin's Creed, and will also have new features.
Now the legend of Assassin's Creed is closely related to the Nordic legend, it will continue the story of Leila. Today's story will be integrated into "New Player Experience" and can be played.
As part of today's announcement, it also revealed that you will be able to create your own solution in the game, which will become the hub of your character. The settlement agreement will be established in England, and the game's narrative will be established around this settlement agreement.
Laferrière said: "This is your own Viking village, you will see the prosperity here, and your peers will live here." "This is the center of our mission and the center of your decision. We hope Players see the consequences of their actions. "
As it develops, new buildings such as blacksmiths and military camps will be available and will have customization and upgrade functions.
You can expect the decisions you make in the game, whether through battles, political alliances or dialogue choices, to have an impact on your community. Here, if you want to have a romantic beauty, you will also see "romantic play".
Laferrière said that settlements will "change this structure" instead of exploring territory, and once explored there is no reason to return.
Laferrière said: "You will continue to take risks and then be encouraged to return to your residence." "This changes the way we play games-at least, this is our bet."
In the game, you will also meet King Alfred, the Alfred the Great, king of Wessex and the Anglo-Saxons. He spent several years fighting the Viking invasion. In the trailer, he seems to be portrayed as a villain. In the game, after meeting him, you will find him more like a "complex character".
Laferrière said: "He appeared in the (evil) way in the trailer, but throughout the game, you will find that he still has many nuances." "Emperor Alfred is a very important history we want to treat People, to do this, it all depends on the subtleties and nuances you will find. "
Like the Assassin's Creed of the past, you will be able to cross the map on the water again. This will be done by using a longevity ship, and will also be "the fastest escape method after launching an attack on the waterside fortress."
When you encounter a military site on a river in the English River, you will be able to raid it. Jump out of your longevity and live out the "Ultimate Viking Fantasy" while collecting resources to reclaim and upgrade your settlement. You may also get "extra firepower to help eliminate higher-level bandits in the area."
Assassin's Creed Valhalla will release the 2020 Global Holidays on the Xbox series X, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Stadia, and Epic Games Store and Ubisoft Store for Windows PCs. It is also available through Ubisoft's subscription service Uplay +.
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