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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s map largest in the series

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‘Hang on, didn’t we pass that castle an hour ago?’ (Pic: Ubisoft)

Ubisoft have recreated the entirety of England in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, as well as a ‘good part’ of Norway.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will reportedly not be nearly as long as the previous entries, such as Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, but that doesn’t mean that the game won’t be as big in other areas.

It’s now been confirmed that the game’s map will be larger than Odyssey’s, which was already the largest in the series at 90 square miles.

This info comes from Ubisoft producer Julien Laferrière, who revealed it in an interview with French YouTuber Julien Chièze, which was later translated on Reddit.

Laferrière described it as being ‘a bit larger than Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.’ He wasn’t able to provide exact measurements, but he reiterated that they have recreated the whole of England, the game’s main setting, as well as a ‘good part’ of Norway.

He added that there are ‘secret worlds… which contributed to the size of the game.’ He didn’t indicate what he meant by that, but maybe it’s referring to an area set during the present day storyline that has always featured in the series, or perhaps other of the nine realms from Norse mythology.

‘It’s not a small game, it is a game which is clearly ambitious, which will offer many, many hours of gameplay for the players.’

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These comments do seem to be at odds with the implication that Valhalla would be smaller than Odyssey, although that was likely to assure fans that there wouldn’t be as much level-grinding and repetition as in the last title.

This could mean that there will be large chunks of Valhalla’s map that players don’t have to visit to progress the main story and will be relegated to side-missions, mini-games, and other miscellaneous content.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will release later this year for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PC, and Stadia.

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How to download PUBG Mobile Lite Global version 0.19.0 update (100% working tips)

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PUBG is the most popular battle royale title and after being banned in India, users are in shock. Ability to run on low-end smartphones enhanced PUBG Lite reputation and the developers trying their best to offer a seamless user experience via different updates. On September 17, developers have launched the most awaited version called PUBG Mobile Lite Global version 0.19.0 update and if have headed here then definitely you want to download PUBG Mobile Lite Global version 0.19.0 update. Scroll down to know the step by step downloading process of the latest PUBG update.

The newest update of PUBG Lite is of 350 MB for Android devices and for installing it on your smartphone your device must have 600 MB of free storage. Users can download the latest update via Google Play Store and those who are unable to download from the official store can follow the steps mentioned below:

Disclaimer: As you know PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite have banned in India so we don’t advise Indian users to download the game.

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How to download PUBG Mobile Lite Global version 0.19.0 update

Those who possess the less RAM devices can download the latest update of PUBG Lite without any worry. You will get the full fleased gameplay on your low memory smartphones and to install it on your devices you need to follow these steps:

  • First of all download the PUBG Mobile Lite 0.19.0 update APK from the trusted source.
  • Before installing the apk file on your device you have to make necessary changes in your smartphone’s settings. Move to settings> Security and Privacy> Allow installation from unknown sources.
  • Now you are able to install the  Apk file.
  • Its time to navigate to File Manager and locate the downloaded Apk file and hit the install button.
  • Wait for a while as it will consume a few some time to install and after completing installation you are ready to take part in the addictive battle.

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Important updating tips

  • It is best to download the latest update over a Wi-Fi connection. You can also try to download on a 4G network but make sure you are not performing any other task at the same time.
  • Minimum 600 MB RAM is required to download PUBG Mobile Lite Global version 0.19.0 update.
  • At the time of downloading your device need enough charging so charge it before downloading.

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If you can’t afford high-end smartphones then PUBG Mobile Lite Global version 0.19.0 update is a surprise for you. With this update you can enjoy the world-popular battle royale title on your low-end mobiles. Here you came across the downloading process for the same and I hope after reading this guide you would be able to access the APK file of the game without any trouble.

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PS5 reveal event is next week claims insider

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DualSense – will we see what the console looks like next week? (pic: Sony)

We could be just seven days away from the long-awaited PlayStation 5 reveal, as Sony prepares another State Of Play tonight.

It’s been a week or so since we’ve heard anything new about Sony’s big reveal event for the PlayStation 5, when the date was last suggested as Friday, 5 June.

Even then it was admitted that Sony’s plans keep changing, and now a new Bloomberg report has claimed that Wednesday, 3 June is set to be the big day.

If that is true we’re certainly not getting much official warning about it, but the number of respected sources suggesting that the reveal is going to be early June does seem to be mounting.

The report is by former Kotaku journalist Jason Schreier, who notes that, ‘Other PlayStation 5 events may follow in the coming weeks and months and Sony is not expected to reveal every essential detail on the console during its first presentation’.

That’s not much to go on, but it’s certainly true that during the initial reveal of the PlayStation 4 the actual console wasn’t shown and the focus was purely on the games, which at this point we think most people would be perfectly happy with.

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Sony does have another State Of Play showcase planned for tonight at 9pm, but it’s going to focus purely on The Last of Us Part 2, to the point where Sony has already warned they won’t be saying anything about the PlayStation 5.

The release of The Last of Us Part 2 next month, and Ghost Of Tsushima in July, does make things slightly awkward for Sony, as both are major exclusives that they’ll want to devote all their energies to promoting.

There’s also the fact that both are extremely good-looking games and Sony will need to ensure there’s a clear improvement from them to whatever they show for the PlayStation 5.

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Formula E driver Daniel Abt got gamer to cheat in esports race for him

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That is kind of suspicious… (pic: YouTube)

A prominent Formula E driver has been dropped by his team and forced to pay money to charity after he was caught cheating online.

There is no Formula 1 at the moment, or any of its related sports, but like many people drivers have found they can work from home, in this case by playing video games.

German Formula E (for electrically powered cars) driver Daniel Abt was supposed to be playing simulation rFactor 2 but fellow competitor, and former Formula 1 driver, Stoffel Vandoorne became suspicious when Abt turned off his camera.

As Vandoorne suspected, it turned out Abt wasn’t playing the game at all and instead it was a professional gamer named Lorenz Horzing who was doing it for him.

Abt has been disqualified from the competition and told to pay £8,900 to charity. He’s also been suspended by his team at Audi Sport, which according to website The Race will be permanent.

‘I did not take it as seriously as I should have,’ said Abt in a statement.

‘I am especially sorry about this because I know how much work has gone into this project on the part of the Formula E organisation. I am aware that my offence has a bitter aftertaste but it was never meant with any bad intention.’

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Up till now Abt has been a major figure in Formula E, winning two races in the 2018 season and enjoying a lucrative contract with Audi.

‘Integrity, transparency and consistent compliance with applicable rules are top priorities for Audi – this applies to all activities the brand is involved in without exception’, said the company in a statement.

‘For this reason, Audi Sport has decided to suspend Daniel Abt with immediate effect.’

The irony is that Horzing/Abt didn’t even win anyway, coming in third behind Vandoorne and Britain’s Oliver Rowland.

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