It has been known for months that Ubisoft was working on a new installment of its acclaimed Assassin’s Creed saga, with strong rumors that they placed it within the theme and Viking age, some names like Assassin’s Creed Ragnarok or Assassin’s Creed Valhalla even go ahead. However, it has not been until now that the developer has finally decided to start shedding some light on this project.
So, in just a few hours we can see the game’s first cinematic trailer, which will be broadcast simultaneously worldwide at 4:45 pm today April 30 (Spanish time), on Ubisoft’s main YouTube channel. Raised as a special presentation, it seems that this premiere will once again feature BossLogic, a digital artist known for his collaborations with Marvel and DC, and in charge of creating the new artworks for this new game, including its new logo and the first promotional image of the game.
Considering what we know about Vikings history, presumably the game will again feature some of the mechanics of navigation already present in previous installments, as well as a brotherhood system that allows us to move accompanied, and even in somewhat larger formations. Although according to the leaked information, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will also ben return to stealth mechanics, something quite surprising given the very nature of the Vikings and the latest trend towards direct action from their latest games.
Unfortunately, the prominent specification of a “cinematic trailer” makes us think that actual game images may not be presented. And it is that at the moment Assassin’s Creed Valhalla does not have any approximate release date or price, and the little information on the progress of development of the game does not assure us that we will be able to have real news today.
In fact, given the closeness of the premiere of the next generation of consoles, it would not be surprising that it becomes one of the first cross-generation titles, delaying its release date until close to November, the last date filtered for launch. of the PS5.