Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is already Gold: its launch will coincide with the landing of the new generation

Ubisoft announces that Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is already gold, and therefore already finished. Its launch will coincide with the Xbox Series X // S, and PS5 shortly after.

November 10, the Vikings will land on new lands. Specifically, the new PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S consoles. The launch of the new Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, the first after a two-year hiatus, coincides with the launch date of the consoles.

The first to arrive is (or rather, they are) Xbox Series X y Xbox Series S, the two Microsoft proposals with the same basic “guts”, but different features (and prices). These will be released on Tuesday, November 10, and Ubisoft moved the game’s release date to that same day.

Two days later, on the 12th, PlayStation 5 arrives, and the one from Ubisoft will also have a version for the next-gen Sony. On the 12th it will be released in the US, Mexico or Japan; the rest of the world, including Spain, you will have to wait until the 19th. But the games will be on sale almost everywhere in the world on the 12th.

Less than a month left, and today Ubisoft announced that the game is already Gold, which means that it is already finished. In addition to the new consoles, It will also come out, of course, on PC, PS4, Xbox One and Stadia.

This device allows you to play multimedia content on your TV or monitor. It also includes the remote compatible with Alexa.

Curiously, before that date it will arrive Watch Dogs Legion, another open world blockbuster from Ubisoft. It will be released on October 29 on current platforms, although it can be purchased digitally on PS5 and XSX on the same day of launch, and in physical format on November 24 (at least on PS5).

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