Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: 15 studios are working on the game

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Apparently, there are 15 different studios working together on Assassin’s Creed Valhalla from Ubisoft Montreal.

The news comes via Ubisoft Montreal’s official Twitter. The developer posted a tweet after the eight-hour streaming, in which it revealed Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. You can check the tweet below:

Exciting! An immense congratulations to our studio warriors for all the good work and passion building to that reveal. We’d also like to thank the 14 co-dev studios all around the world. You know who you are, and we’re thankful for your dedication! Skàl!

– Ubisoft Montreal (@UbisoftMTL) April 29, 2020

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“Exciting! Congratulations to our studio warriors for all the good work and building with passion for this revelation. We would also like to thank the 14 co-dev studios worldwide. You know who you are and we appreciate your dedication! Skàl! ”

It is currently unclear which other studios are collaborating with Ubisoft Montreal on Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, but the fact that there are 14 of them is unheard of (15 including Ubi Montreal). For comparison, seven studios worked on Odyssey, a game already recognized for increasing the scale of the open world. And for added context, all nine Rockstar studios worked on Red Dead Redemption 2. Ubisoft will assign exactly half of its 30 worldwide studios to Valhalla, which means a lot of faith in the next Viking title.

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The next game in Assassin’s Creed will be called Valhalla, which is much better than the widely used and “story-telling” Ragnarok. It is also much more suitable for a Nordic setting than the previous title of Kingdom, because the Vikings did not build castles. In fact, they did not respect any kind of feudalist system and were much more concerned with building wooden halls for mead than stone structures.

And, if you haven’t seen it yet, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla won its first trailer today. The video revealed the release date and all platforms that the game will be released.

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