During the Future Games Show, Ubisoft revealed new gameplay videos for both Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Watch Dogs Legion. These two games will release later this year on the PC, so be sure to watch these gameplay videos after the jump.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla brings players to a dynamic and beautiful open world set against the brutal backdrop of England’s Dark Ages. Players can explore a dynamic and beautiful open world set against the brutal backdrop of England’s Dark Ages. Players will raid their enemies, grow their settlement, and build their political power in their quest to earn their place among the gods in Valhalla.
Furthermore, players will launch massive assaults against Saxon troops and fortresses throughout England. Players will lead their clan in surprise attacks from their longship and pillage enemy territories to bring riches and resources back to their people.
On the other hand, Watch Dogs Legion is a new open-world game in which players can play as anyone. Players can build a team with a huge range of characters to choose from, all bringing their own unique abilities. Players can also customize their Legion with enhanced gadgets, unique outfits and iconic masks.
In Watch Dogs: Legion, DedSec, a secret underground resistance, is being blamed for a number of attacks in London. Your mission is to rebuild DedSec to fight back against those who wish to keep London oppressed. You will continue to meet colorful characters along the way – both villains and allies – in your fight for London.
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