The developers provide contradictory (?) Information about the size of the game.
Ubisoft does not hide various information about the recently announced Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla. For example, at the beginning of May, we learned from Twitter that it would not be the biggest installment in the series, which was supposed to be a result of listening to the criticism of players. However, the sudden deletion of the entry could be questionable, especially since – as it turns out – this statement contradicts the words of another Ubisoft employee. Julien Laferriere (lead producer of the game at Ubisoft Montreal) stated that AC: Valhalla rather, it is slightly larger than Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. The game world is supposed to cover all of England, Norway and a handful of “secret” places. What’s funny, the statement the creator comes from the April interview conducted by French journalist Julien Chieze (thanks, Reddit).
The two reports seem to be contradictory. However, it could be argued that Julien Chieze was referring to the size of the map, while Malek Teffaha meant an artificial overflow of content which did not appeal to players in Odyssey. After all, the head of Ubisoft’s communications in the Middle East referred in the deleted entry to this criticism of overstretching the game. Even if it was otherwise, the choice between the statement of the main producer of the game and a company representative not related to the project and his team seems obvious. Nevertheless, we will only get certainty with the disclosure of further information and the premiere of the title. Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla is about to come out at the end of the year on personal computers and Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5.
- The official website of the Assassin’s Creed series
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