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Valhalla in July? Ubisoft announces E3 replacement

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After the first trailer for AC: Valhalla disappointed many fans, real gameplay could follow in July. After the first trailer for AC: Valhalla disappointed many fans, real gameplay could follow in July.

After Electronic Arts announced a week ago that despite the failure of E3, its EA Play Event would only be held in digital form this year, Ubisoft is now following suit: on Twitter, the French publisher has now announced that it will have its own live stream event in July should take place, which will be called Ubisoft Forward.

New games – and real AC Valhalla gameplay?

It should start on July 12 at 9 p.m. German time – and according to Ubisoft, we can look forward to "exclusive news, revelations and more".

Which new games could be announced is not yet known. However, there have been rumors for a long time that Ubisoft might be working on a Prince of Persia series reboot, and new rumors about a new Splinter Cell are regularly emerging.

What could probably be shown:

  • Watch Dogs Legion: Originally, the third Watch Dogs should be released on March 6, 2020. Since Ghost Recon: Breakpoint fell far short of expectations among players and critics, Ubisoft launched a quality offensive and granted all of its Triple A titles more development time. Do we get a new release date in July?

  • Gods & Monsters: The open-world RPG, which at first glance reminds of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, was one of the big surprises of the last E3.

  • Rainbow Six Quarantine: The co-op off Rainbow Six: Siege was also announced for the first time at E3 2019. Apart from the original trailer, there has been no official information since – new information was only recently given by a leak that shows the class system and eight types of zombie opponents.

Fans of the upcoming open-world blockbuster Assassin's Creed Valhalla can also have legitimate hope of finally seeing the right gameplay: Ubisoft already showed a first gameplay trailer last Thursday, but it only contained in-engine game scenes and not a real game happening – and was also extremely scarce with a running time of almost 90 seconds.

Nevertheless, the teaser is full of hidden details, as you can see in the video analysis with Maurice and Heiko:



Assassin's Creed Valhalla - The disappointing trailer shows a surprising amount!




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Assassin's Creed Valhalla – The disappointing trailer shows a surprising amount!

The short clip was not well received by many fans, but creative director Ashraf Ismail promised that deeper gameplay would soon be shown – the Ubisoft Forward would be the perfect stage for it.

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