In November, the World Gaming Village will see the debut of four AAA blockbusters.
Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla
Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla was developed by Ubisoft Montreal and is scheduled to be released by the end of 2020. The game takes place in the United Kingdom in the 9th century. A Viking warrior of Norwegian descent is the main character. After landing troops on British soil, the Viking Army clashed with the local Anglo-Saxon armies.
Players take on the part of the hero brought to Boletaria to destroy the fallen Allant King and restore peace with the Old One. The game brings five different worlds from a hub named Nexus, with difficult battle mechanics plus player death and frequent regeneration that causes fines, the game is really an attempt. This is a challenge. Multiplayer mode allows you to grab objects by fighting.
The game is designed in an action, a role-playing style, a third-party viewpoint. According to what is announced in the 2019 Game Awards trailer, Godfall will be set in the post-Apocalypse, when civilization is on the verge of death.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
The Latest Call to Duty: Black Ops Cold War signals a return to the Cold War scene in the 1980s, followed by Black Ops 2. Still familiar Alex Mason, Frank Woods and Jason Hudson characters, but this time players will be engaging in special missions, activities of an incredibly dramatic scale, blood and fire.
In this Black Ops Cold War single-player game, players will be able to select dialog and make decisions that affect the plot. There will also be bonus side missions for Black Ops Cold War players to unlock that they can play to further influence the main plot. It’s all going to lead to a major clash in the Cold War of Black Ops, so there will be a lot of endings. In addition to the player ‘s decisions, how they chose to play the game can also influence how it finishes.