Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has removed traditional sideburns and replaced them with “World Events”, Ubisoft has confirmed.
Valhalla’s narrative director Darby McDevitt confirmed that GameSpot spoke to GameSpot ahead of yesterday’s game reveal at Ubisoft Forward, and confirmed that side issues are “almost non-existent” in the last part of the open world action series.
Instead, says McDevitt, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will be more focused on what Ubisoft calls “World Events,” which are more spontaneous activities outside the main campaign that don̵
This will be good news for those who did not like Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’s inflated, ever-expanding list of side shows, many of which need to be completed to make your character across many level gates found in its main campaign.
That being said, there are chances that these world events can feel just as overwhelming, so here’s hoping that Ubisoft has found a way to make sure that all the new extraordinary activities we encounter in Dark Ages England are as entertaining as the previous ones.
Valhalla launches for PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS5 and Xbox Series X on November 17 later this year, with a free next re-upgrade available to anyone who buys a copy of the game on their current gene console first.
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