Assassin's Creed Valhalla fans can immerse themselves in the world of the Vikings a week earlier than planned. In line with the launch of the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, Ubisoft has brought the release of Valhalla forward by a week. The title will now appear in stores on November 10, 2020. Only the PS5 version does not yet have a fixed date.
Ubisoft has moved the release of Assassin's Creed Valhalla forward by a week. The new game will be released in time for the launch of the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S on November 10, 2020. The only exception is the PS5 version of the Ubisoft title. Assassin's Creed Valhalla is said to be here too (buy now € 58.48 ) available to launch the console. But because Sony has not yet revealed the date, Ubisoft can not yet determine an exact release. However, it suggests that Sony's next-gen console will be released a little later.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla will feature improved textures and shadows on the new consoles, among other things. The fast SSD hard drives are also used. According to new details, Valhalla will be played on the Xbox Series X in 4K and 60 FPS. How it will look on the PS5 is still unclear. We have already taken a detailed look at the adventure in our preview.
Incidentally, Ubisoft also revealed the date for Watch Dogs Legion on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. Again, the title will be available for the console launch on November 10, 2020. The original date for PC, PS4 and Xbox One has not changed. The successor will go on sale on October 29th as planned. Ubisoft offers a free upgrade for all buyers if you want to get started with the game beforehand. On Thursday there will also be further details on upcoming titles from the publisher as part of Ubisoft Forward.
Games current 09/2020: Watch Dogs: Legion, AC: Valhalla
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