Th latest we have is that the next Assassin’s Creed Valhalla game will be released alongside the next-gen XBox Series X later on by November 10th according to official statement from the game’s developer via a tweet.
The initial release was slated to be by November 17th but that date has been swapped out now which might be purposeful by the company as the game sports some really incredible additions and packed with actions.
Microsoft however did announced that the XBox Series X will cost about US$499 while it’s lower-end version which I do refer to as the “Lite” version, XBox Series S will come with a US$299 price tag.
As for the game which was revealed in April is expected to have a Viking-themed twist on the series and stars the Viking raider Eivor which comes in either male or female option while the fighting establishes a settlement in England.
Despite the game developer Ubisoft firing the Valhalla creative director Ashraf Ismail back in August due to misconducts, his firing was one of the big storm that Ubisoft had to face this year among which includes the company’s reports of having a toxic culture which enables harassment, sexual misconduct, racism and even more.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will also be available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Stadia. Sony has yet to announce a release date for its upcoming console.