Ubisoft lately unveiled a brand new Murderer’s Creed Valhalla trailer that includes a more in-depth take a look at feminine Eivor and the way she is going to use the collection’ iconic hidden blade.
The trailer introduces features of Murderer’s Creed Valhalla that we haven’t seen up to now, primarily when it comes to how Eivor and the opposite Vikings dwell outdoors of conflict. It juxtaposes their identification as “heartless” and “godless” barbarians with Eivor letting harmless folks escape mid-battle, whereas grave fight scenes are intertwined with playful sparring in a pastoral village.
It’s additionally our first correct take a look at feminine Eivor, on condition that Valhalla’s advertising and marketing has predominantly centered on the male protagonist up to now.
You possibly can try the trailer under.
The second half of the trailer is extra consistent with what gamers will doubtless anticipate from Murderer’s Creed Valhalla – bloodstained battlefields, highly effective enemies, and the illustrious hidden blade.
As you may see within the trailer, Eivor seems to be outmatched, arising in opposition to Valhalla’s model of Gregor “The Mountain” Clegane. After he deflects her assaults and renders her defeated, he turns to his commander and asks for permission to kill her. Nevertheless, regardless of being granted stated permission, his hesitation causes him to pay the last word value – unbeknownst to him, Eivor has the hidden blade.
Though you may swap between female and male Eivor at any time in Murderer’s Creed Valhalla, it was lately revealed that some devs wished the sport to focus completely on the latter. This isn’t essentially stunning given the truth that Kassandra was alleged to be the one protagonist in Murderer’s Creed Odyssey, however Ubisoft stated “ladies don’t promote.”
This information comes within the wake of Ubisoft suspending executives Tommy Francois and Maxime Beland, each of whom have since resigned their positions.
Ubisoft additionally introduced that three different execs – Chief Inventive Officer Serge Hascoët, Managing Director of Ubisoft’s Canadian studios Yannis Mallat, and World Head of HR Cécile Cornet. – could be resigning their positions, too. Hascoët and Mallat are not on the firm, whereas Cornet stays in a distinct place.
Murderer’s Creed Valhalla is because of launch for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Google Stadia on November 17, 2020.
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