With Assassin's Creed Valhalla the upcoming Xbox series gets an important launch title and PC gamers get another great game. A published “Deep Dive” trailer finally shows you more about the game and it is now known what your PC has to do.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla: Several key elements
There are only a few weeks until the latest action adventure from Ubisoft is released and finally there is new footage of Assassin's Creed Valhalla to see.
The latest “Deep Dive” trailer focuses straight away several key elements of the game: The settlement of Ravensthorpe, the exploration of the world, Viking battle, the story of Eivor's journey and the choice of the player. Thus, the video covers most of the core elements of the game and at the same time gives brief insights into side activities and game mechanics. The whole thing is rounded off with a view of beautiful places, landscapes and places that you can explore in this game.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla: System Requirements
A lot is already known about Assassin's Creed Valhalla, but the system requirements for the PC have been missing so far. Ubisoft has now made up for it and published it with the help of a very detailed video.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla will be released on November 10th for PC, PS4, Stadia, Xbox One. The versions for the next-gen consoles Xbox Series X / S and PlayStation 5 will follow on November 12, 2020.
Original article from October 13, 2020
Assassin's Creed Valhalla: "Robbers, Murderers, Settlements Builders" – Details on the village expansion
In Assassin's Creed Valhalla players are allowed to build and expand their own settlement. The village is designed to act as the center of the game and have a strong impact on character development.
With the settlement feature, Ubisoft brings back an element from past Assassin's Creed parts. In Part 2, players were able to expand the Auditore family's villa in Monteriggioni. In Assassin's Creed Valhalla there is even an entire village that is supposed to grow under the supervision of the player.
In one Eurogamer report the feature is explained in more detail and explains how the settlement is growing and what effects it has on character and gameplay. Level designer David Bolle explains once again that the settlement is the center of the story to be Eivor. Here, players take on many of the quests and interact with important NPCs.
Players can choose from a variety of buildings with which the village Ravensthorpe can be expanded. The buildings offer different advantages and can even be improved to increase their effects. The point of buildings like that Blacksmith goes without saying, weapons and equipment can be manufactured and improved here. The same applies to the shipyard, of course your own ship is improved and personalized there.
in the barn will the Mounts for Eivor be bought and at Tattoo artist the appearance can be customized. The settlement can also with Farms be provided, these represent that Food for the festivals of the Vikings. A proper feast also increases that Morale of the warriorswho then start the next raid with a buff. The higher the level of the farms, the better the food and the stronger the effect.
Other locations are linked to aspects of gameplay so that opens up to the player Seer's hut, which makes the mystical parts of the game accessible through potions and elixirs, similar to what was the case in Odyssey with Atlantis. Another special building is that "Office of the Hidden", the predecessors of the Assassins. There Eivor gets the goals that need to be eliminated in order to prevent the Order of the Elders (Predecessor of the Templars) in England to put a stop.
The residents of the buildings are also very important. you are Quest givers, dealers, manufacturers, friends and partners. The Interactions with the NPCs should bring life to the village and the Relationships with individual characters go through an evolution in the course of the story.
How much Ravensthorpe feels like a home and how well the features it offers work with the rest of the gameplay, you will learn at the latest on November 10, 2020 for the release of Assassin's Creed Valhalla.
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