Here’s BossLogic’s Assassin’s Creed Valhalla 8 Hour Stream in 4 Minutes

Here’s BossLogic’s Assassin’s Creed Valhalla 8 Hour Stream in 4 Minutes

From 8 hours down to 4 minutes.

If you didn’t have the time yesterday to sit through over 8 hours of a live stream showing some reveal art for Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, then you can watch the entire thing in 3 minutes in the form of a wonderful timelapse.

Yesterday Ubisoft’s streaming channels were taken over by Australian artist BossLogic. Kode A lives in Melbourne, Australia, and is well-known for creating fantastic works of art, such as this Marvel poster featuring Thor, Iron Man, and Captain America. There’s this Iron Spider digital painting that I really like too. You can check out his work over at ArtStation as well as Instagram, and through his website.

The stream started with a blank slate, and over time more and more details are added as expected, with numerous references being used. Myself and a few of the staff here at DualShockers sat through hours of this watching and trying to decipher what we could about the upcoming game. So far, I’m under the impression that the castle featured on the right is Bamburgh Castle which was invaded by Vikings after a battle with the Anglo-Saxons.

HISTORY!

The center character was also worked on slightly throughout until finally, toward the end of the stream more details started piecing the character together more. It looks as if it could be the protagonist, which would mean we get to play as a bearded assassin with a lovely axe!?

Honestly, while some people found the stream to be a slog to watch, it was incredibly fascinating to see everything come together. BossLogic has worked incredibly hard on this, and if you want to spend 3 minutes watching the fast version, you can click the video above.

We don’t know much about Assassin’s Creed Valhalla but we do know that in total, 15 studios have worked on the game. An official trailer will be dropping later today too which should give us a better look at what to expect.