Assassin's Creed is a series of high highs and low lows. It came out swinging as a franchise with the release of the original Assassin's Creed for the early days of the Xbox 360 and PS3, showcasing stunning visuals and AI technology. Then Assassin's Creed 2 was a breakout success that became the new template for sequels going forward. Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood further refined the enhancements made in AC2, but didn't advance the series too far in any particular direction. As the years went by, and sequels became more frequent, the games stagnated. Assassin's Creed Revelations, released just one year after the release of Brotherhood, earned middling reviews. It felt small in scope and lacking in personality or a meaningful conclusion. It was but a lifeless blip in what had been an otherwise stellar line of games released to that point. The series has largely suffered since—the only notable entry being the widely loved Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag. Everything else? Meh.
What's on your mind?
A welcome surprise, Ubisoft recently announced that the Ezio Collection would hit the Switch next month. It’s already a bit of a busy month, but for fans of the franchise, it’s yet another reason to return to AC2, AC Brotherhood, and AC Revelations. As a port, it’s not likely to get much more than a launch trailer, but for Switch users who are fans of the franchise, expectations for performance and quality should already be set.
On top of what was already announced, Ubisoft has revealed that another Assassin's Creed Valhalla expansion is coming early in 2022. Called Dawn of Ragnarok, the DLC will focus on Odin and see Eivor attempt to save Argard.
I decided to make these four memes related to Shay not that long ago. Hope everyone likes them.
These are my ideas for future content for Assassin's Creed: Valhalla:
In this DLC, Eivor discovers that the Order of Ancients is trying to enter the Welsh Realms of Deheubarth, so Eivor and Hytham decide to interfere with the Welsh population, then they discover that the Children of Dani had allied with the Order of Ancients.
Eivor will explore the Roman and Celtic ruins and see some artifacts that could be part of the Order of Ancients during Roman Britain.
King Æthelstan with the help of the Order of Ancients is invading the Scottish Kingdom of Alba, Eivor will stop King Æthelstan from Invading Scotland.
What do you think? What other ideas do you have for Assassin's Creed: Valhalla? Let me know in the comments below.
So, I've been wanting to get one of the newer games, but I can't decide on which one my friend says that odyssey is the best out of the three listed but my favorite youtuber (Themasterassassin) said that origins is the best out of the three. But from what ive seen valhalla looks like the best so please give me advice on which one I should get here
Do you think of Shay more as an Assassin, Templar, or a mix of both? Specifically for me… I consider him more as a Templar rather than an Assassin.
After many time replaying AC3, now I wonder one thing about Haytham Kenway. What was his role in the Revolutionary War? He had a quarter in Fort George ( which was Loyalist's) and could walk right into Valley Forge (which was Patriot's), literally at the same time.
In my opinion a game about haytham would be sick
36 Votes in Poll
Who is your favorite villain from the franchise? This doesn’t have to be just the Templars. It can be non-Templars as well.
40 Votes in Poll
39 Votes in Poll
In the modern-day plot, we see that Layla has found Eivor's tomb in North America, but How does Eivor end in Vinland and leave England? This is my theory on how Eivor ended in Vinland, spoilers ahead:
Historically, the Norsemen colonized North America around 1000 AD, and the game is set around 873 AD, which means that Eivor "followed" Kassandra's steps to Become Immortal.
That's what probably the DLC of "Dawn of Ragnarök" will be about that Eivor will visit again Asgard as Odin and after that Eivor will gain Immortality and the last scene of the DLC could be of Eivor leaving England heading towards Vinland, this explains how Eivor died in Vinland.
And back on Earth, what made Eivor leave England, could be that Ravensthorpe was destroyed by the Order of Ancients because Eivor was hiding and that was another reason why Eivor left England and went back to Scandinavia and found the Norse Hidden-Ones which later became the Scandinavian Brotherhood of Assassins.
What you do think? What other reasons made Eivor leave England? Let me know in the comments below.
So I’m playing the new DLC and I’m having trouble with the skill tree, I need to get one more of the new skills and I’ve leveled up twice but only getting mastery points but no skill points. Is someone going through the same thing or did someone go through this? How do I fix this?
So I played all three Rhodes maps in multiplayer, I go back to single player and Rhodes in the defence game is still not unlocked. Can somebody tell me what I’m doing wrong?
45 Votes in Poll
68 Votes in Poll
Any tips would be Awesome thanks and I'm at sequence 10 in New York exploring 😎
After the game launched, Ubisoft released the downloadable content The Fate of Atlantis, a story that takes gamers to the settings and locales of Greek Mythology. This was split into three episodes and the second one, Torment of Hades, took players to the Greek Underworld. The crumbling and desert-like setting may not be the prettiest nor the most pleasant place to visit, but it is one of the darker and more foreboding places in the game. Furthermore, the fight against Cerberus to get in creates tension and a mood that only Greece's ancient hell can bring.