Where to Watch the ‘Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’ Trailer from Ubisoft


Ubisoft has debuted the world premiere cinematic trailer for Assassin's Creed Valhalla today, showing your Viking army training in their village, before invading the shores of a well-armed English legion during the Dark Ages.

Assassin's Creed Valhalla is in development for the Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, PC, and Stadia, and will launch in holiday 2020.

"Odin is with us!" shouts a Viking to his fellow warriors amid a battle scene in the clip.

Most impressive about the reveal however is the fact that Ubisoft is developing the game across fifteen different development studios.

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Players can choose from either a male or female Viking Eivor and can customise their hair, tattoos, war paint and gear. Release date now hasn't been announced for either the game or these collectables, but we're anticipating that they will release in a similar window to the game in late 2020.

The Assassin's Creed series is leaving Ancient Greece and it's heading to ancient Norway and Britain. And if that doesn't sound fun enough for you, Valhalla will see the return of the series' trademark Hidden Blade which will allow you to "assassinate targets with deadly precision".

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All pre-orders come with access to a bonus in-game mission called The Way of the Berserker.

Assassin's Creed Valhalla will take place in Scandinavia, likely in the 11th century, exploring the historical period when the Vikings fought the English for supremacy in the British Isles.

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That suggests that 15 of Ubisoft's 40 studios have been involved with the development of Valhalla in some form or another.

And, as you can see from the trailer video, it's going to be a bloody journey.

Assassin's Creed Valhalla was announced yesterday following a surprise live stream which bit-by-bit revealed the first teaser artwork for the upcoming Ubisoft hit.