Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: new trailer delves into Norse mythology
THE Ubisoft released a new trailer for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, presenting more details about Norse mythology. Focusing on the nocturnal habits of the tribes, the video shows some of the interactions, activities and events that will be possible to witness during the g******g around the Vikings’ lands. Check it out below:
The trailer, commented by Darby McDevitt, narrative director of Valhalla, reports on the various activities involving a small Nordic society, functioning practically as a mythology class for the public. In the images, it is possible to find various details such as the organization of the villages, the hierarchy and vast social areas, the role of different groups, and locations that mark the lands blessed by the Vikings gods.
The game will go far beyond the main narrative, raising conflicts dated during the transition from the era of pagan gods to Christianity. In this way, regions like ancient England will be occupied by Christians, while Nordic worshipers and barbarians occupy remote lands located in present-day Denmark, Sweden and Norway.
For those who are eager to know more about Valhalla, Ubisoft confirmed that in this Friday the 6th, will broadcast the episode Odin’s Hootenanny, from An Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, which will feature McDevitt, Danny Wallace, who plays Shaun Hastings, and Magnus Bruun, actor who gives life to Eivor.
Transmission will begin at 14 hours, Brasília time, and can be followed through the official Ubisoft North America channel on YouTube or Twitch.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will be released in November 10 for PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series S / X and PC, and on November 12 for PS5.