Assassin's Creed Valhalla lets you swap between male and female Eivor at any time

Assassin's Creed Valhalla will let you swap between the male and female version of protagonist Eivor at any point in the game, Ubisoft has confirmed with Stevivor.

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Darkborn31d ago

That's pretty interesting. I also heard the executions are different based on which version you play of the main character.

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-Foxtrot31d ago

Just grow some balls Ubisoft and stick to one gender, regardless what it is so you can fully develop and flesh them out while making the overall story more personal to them.

Army_of_Darkness31d ago

Maybe they just want to change it up a bit because Assassin's Creed is getting kind of stale to be honest...

yay11130d ago

So they brought back a feature from Syndicate....? The most stale AC game

spicelicka30d ago

A change of character skin and voice changes essentially nothing. It literally has no impact on gameplay or the story much.

Christopher30d ago

Players: leave gender politics out of it!

Ubisoft: here's a story having nothing to do with gender, where you can play male or female

Players: c'mon, stick to one gender, and write a story reflecting that gender because that makes it better!

No winning here. None.

Toonge31d ago

So I can identify as what I want depending on what I feel like on that particular day (sarcasm)

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Gamerking8231d ago

That’s fine by me as long as you keep it too them. I like to get into the story and development of characters , that’a why the idea of anyone, anytime watch dogs 3 does not at all interest me at all.

ForwardDude31d ago

Your team is the character in Watchdog 3.

Gamerking8231d ago

I might have to wait and see more about watch dogs 3 then. I did enjoy my time with the first 2. But I had the impression that 3 was going to be more like Ubisofts Zombi . Where once dead , dead move on to someone else. That personally is not for me .

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