It was supposed that Assassin's Creed Valhalla He was going to take care of leaving us dazzled with the first images of his gameplay during yesterday's Inside Xbox event. However, it was not like that: the trailer that was shown rather was made up of a series of kinematics that, while they made clear the power that the Xbox Series X will show, was not the demonstration of gameplay expected by fans. Despite the fact that the trailer was loaded with strength and spectacularity, it has not served to please some players. Since Ubisoft they know it and that's why They promise to show more gameplay from now on.
The first trailer for Assassin's Creed Valhalla, which was presented last April, was a composition made in CGI that left players wanting more. Many users hoped that yesterday's Inside Xbox would show more title gameplay, rather than cinematics. Even Ubisoft I promised show a gameplay yesterday. The creative director of the game, Ashraf Ismail, had to take a step forward to clarify that what was going to be shown was not the gameplay, but a new cinematic teaser.
However, it was late: fans were somewhat disappointed by the progress that was presented on the Inside Xbox. To be aware of how little you liked what was shown yesterday, we only have to take a look at the Ubisoft YouTube channel where the advance was published: 19,066 Likes vs. 33,539 Dislikes from the fans who wanted more. To compare: the trailer that was revealed in April had 292,000 likes and only 12,000 dislikes.
Given the situation, himself Ashraf Ismail
You rightfully expected to see more today. We have a long marketing campaign ahead of us, you will see in-depth gameplay and get a lot more info about the game.
Thank you for your excitement and passion! Be patient with us and be kind. It will be worth it! 🙂— Ashraf Ismail (@AshrafAIsmail) May 7, 2020
Assassin's Creed Valhalla It is slated to debut in late 2020 on both PC and consoles of the current and next generation. To learn more about the game, we invite you to read our advance, where we collect all the information we know about this open world, adventure and stealth game.