Thirty minutes of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla gameplay footage has leaked online. The leak was first uploaded in Reddit, but it was soon removed.

We will provide you with three Assassin’s Creed Valhalla leak videos that we managed to find online. Be sure to watch them before they take them down as well. Unfortunately these links do not appear in the site in a proper way so we apologize for that inconvinience.

As you can see, there is a quest that you have to unite the people of East England to assault a castle held by an evil Viking. In this quest you will have help from a Viking friend that will provide you with ships to battle the enemy. Many of the game’s features will remind you of Odyssey. After you fight some wolves and you unite the Anglo-Saxons an assault will begin. It opens with longboats in a storm being fired on by burning arrows as they approach the castle walls. A boat full of what is presumably gunpowder deals with the stone walls, after which Eivor and her troops fight through successive gates.

Many favorite moves like the Spartan Kick have made their return, and Eivor has the new ability to stomp on fallen enemies and to grab their weapons to use versus them. There is also the ability to hurl handaxes at multiple enemies. The video features a boss fight as well, with an evil Viking named Rued. Rued has a wolf companion and you will be given the choice to spare him or finish him off. Like in many big MMORPGS, World of Warcraft included, you will have the option to hide your headpiece and some other gear pieces. Finally, the skill tree looks similar to Path of Exile or Skyrim and appears as a constellation of stars.

This new Assassin’s Creed Valhalla gameplay leak looks amazing and we can’t wait to see more content from the developers. Be sure to read Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Everything We Know and check all the special editions of the game. In addition, this month we are doing our site’s second giveaway with Overcooked! 2 and Guacamelee Super Turbo Championship Edition for Steam.

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