There are certain aspects that we can continue to expect from certain developers, and these trends are confirmed through the different eras. Bethesda is known for creating massive open worlds that benefit greatly from a dedicated modding community that has everything you could want, and a lot of things that no one is twisted enough to ask for. Nintendo is known for developing a very specific vision to perfection, whatever the demand of the fans. Electronic Arts is known, among other things, for taking beloved IP addresses, milking them dry, and then abandoning the lifeless franchise in the dirt.The Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla Gameplay Trailer Reveal That Once Again, Wasn’t
Ubisoft also has its own trends, for better or for worse; climb tall buildings to reveal segments of the map, which some might consider repetitive gameplay, and smash microtransactions wherever they might possibly fit. Oh, and “gameplay trailers” that don’t show gameplay at all. Whether they have a poor lawn standing on a stage pretending to play the next title through a repeated segment, as was alleged during the revelation of Assassin’s Creed: Unity, or apparently the next Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla.