The suggestive loading screen of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, the new chapter of the famous Ubisoft series, was shown in a video.
The release of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, the 12th chapter of the famous series created by Ubisoft, is missing very few days to release and many fans waiting for it are looking forward to finally getting their hands on the game.
Although the approach to the title is inevitably more similar to the most recent chapters, several revelations have confirmed that the game will offer the public several features typical of the most classic games in the series.
These features also include some stealth items, instakill, post-assassination confessions, and even the loading screen. Just as regards to the latter, a video uploaded on Twitter offered players the opportunity to take a first look at what will be the evocative setting that will surround the character.
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In previous games, the loading screens generally saw the characters walking and moving on a white screen, but in this case, the players will have the opportunity to move, use weapons or jump in the shoes of Eivor in a decidedly suggestive setting.
As can be seen from the video uploaded above, Eivor can be seen walking on water waves, and, looking up, players will also be able to take a look at the Northern Lights. From the statements made, what will be seen in the loading screens will change according to the places of the game or the appearance of the players.
At the moment we still do not know how this functionality will be applied to the title. In versions of the game designed for the current console generation, players may actually be able to spend time on the loading screens. At the same time, we still don’t know how it will be adapted to the next generation consoles of PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, on which loading times should be drastically reduced.
Recall that Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will release on November 17 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC and that it will also arrive on the next generation consoles of PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.