Leaked Gameplay Surfaces For Assassin’s Creed Valhalla 

There is a massive fan base for the Assassin’s Creed franchise. Fans can’t get enough of diving into ancient history as a master assassin and taking on the Templar order. Of course, with that said, 2019 saw the omission of a new installment as Ubisoft prepared for the next major installment after the success of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. The latest game was unveiled not that long ago and it’s called Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. While information has been given out for the press and general public, it’s surprising to see that the studio had found gameplay footage leaked online.

We’ve seen quite a few leaked gameplay footage surfacing online. It started off with a scrapped build of Dead Island 2 which bled into another Ubisoft title leak, Gods & Monsters, and now it looks like a 30-minute video footage leak has come out for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. The video game was set to launch at the end of this year for current-generation and next-generation platforms. In fact, the last reveal was supposed to feature gameplay footage although the lack of any real gameplay left many fans unsatisfied.

Now it looks like we are getting some of that gameplay footage in this leak which offers players a look at the game with the female version of Eivor. According to the leaked footage, it seems that we have a wide variety of gameplay aspects showcased. Everything from melee combat, using the longship to traverse, in-game menu systems, along with an attribute known as Raven Sight to see select stats was unveiled. The footage also highlights some areas in which players have the ability to choose the outcome such as deciding whether to slaughter an enemy or show mercy.

It’s footage that’s also finding its way off the internet as soon as it’s uploaded online. Clearly, Ubisoft is on the defense to get this footage removed from online so finding it will be difficult, but not impossible. With that said, don’t expect the same link to work for too long as it may get removed. 

Source: IGN