Although the classic gameplay and mechanics of Assassin's Creed They have tiptoed in the latest installments of the saga, Assassin's Creed Valhalla It promises to return some of the great details forgotten and most claimed by fans.
The most important of them, according to its creative director Ashraf Ismail in a recent interview, is the use of hidden sheet and the one-hit killings as stealth mechanics.
Yes in Assassin's Creed Origins
"Eivor receives the hidden blade quite early in the game. We continue with the idea that Eivor is not a trained assassin. He is a Viking who receives this amazing weapon and must learn very quickly how to use it. Eivor will learn a technique that, with timing right, he can kill anybody with one blow. "
The possibility of going back into the shadows would be a great addition for those of us who miss a little more planning in the franchise attacks. An option that will also be joined by another of the great classics, hiding among people thanks to its mechanics of social stealth.
"We have a pretty cool twist on this. But yeah, social stealth is back. The idea that a Norse or Viking is in a place where they don't want him, that he has to go undercover and try to hide in the crowd has a lot of sense. "
Than Assassin's Creed Valhalla Consider looking to the future without forgetting your past is great news and, without a doubt, one more reason to feel like it. Too bad we now have to wait until July to see what the game looks like in the Ubisoft event this summer.