Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Call of Duty: Black Ops Enter Cold War Next Gen Consoles

So it comes as no surprise that the owners of “Call of Duty” and “Assassin’s Creed” are releasing new releases this week. “Assassin’s Creed Valhalla,” about Vikings and Norse mythology. The Xbox Series X debuted on the same day, November 10th. Three days later, the “Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War” set in the 1980s was released.

On the day of the release of “Valhalla” Ubisoft’s 2018 “Assassin’s Creed” game had twice as many active players as “Odyssey”, the company said in a statement, without providing specifications. He said the game has a new structure in the dark ages of England, reviving Ubisoft’s “old war between assassinations and fan-familiar habits”. This is the 13th major game of ownership.

Said Wetbach analyst Michael Butcher Relatively low competition “Assassin’s Creed Valhalla” will help around the holiday season, which is a strange structure of the game, which will attract fans of the owners. Like the previously successful “Assassin’s Creed” titles, he predicts that the game will sell 10 to 12 million copies, indicating a definite success for Ubisoft.

“[It would be] Estimated that even the least successful titles tend to sell 7 million copies, they are the best in their line. “

Call of Duty’s “Black Ops Cold War” received one Cold welcome in the middle Fans who did not talk about the game online this week for “Valhalla”. Ronald Reagan pushes “Cold War” soldiers into the United States, where they are part of an elite team fighting the Vietnamese, KGB and East German secret police. Both “Cold War” and “Valhalla” run on older consoles.
Ronald Reagan & quot; Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. & Quot;

Reagan leads the American team by himself – and as one character in the game puts it, “Every mission we go through is illegal.”

“Call of Duty” Activation (ATVI) Longtime cash cow, and franchise recently celebrated the first anniversary of its mobile game and the continued popularity of its free war royal game, “Warson.” It remains to be seen whether the “Cold War” will achieve similar success.

Jefferies analyst Alex Giamo predicts that “Call of Duty” could be a hit this holiday season, and estimates sales for the game will be over 20 million units a year.

Such as “Spider-Man: Miles Morals” Also “Valhalla,” both titles should be done extraordinarily well [but] ‘Call of Duty’ also has no built-in viewers. “We would be shocked if they hit those sorts of levels.”

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