Maker Random Hands created an impressive real-world version of the Valhalla Axe from Assassin’s Creed using a rusty old anvil. To create the weapon, he heated the metal in a furnace, shaped its head with a power hammer, cut it with an angle grinder, then ground it into its final shape. The finished piece has cast metal and wooden handle.
Awesome Assassins Creed
The leap of faith from Assassin’s Creed doesn’t look like something you’d want to attempt in the real world. But DD Squad loves to push the boundaries of human ability, so they replicated the swan dive, jumping off of a platform 55 feet up into a pile of hay. Along the way, they turned in some pretty epic practice dives.
The guys from That Works are knee-deep in other projects, so they’re sharing the video spotlight with the talented smiths at Bellorphon Studios. Watch them use two very different techniques to make a mismatched pair of axes based on the ones Eivor wields in Assassins’ Creed Valhalla. The flames start at 3:20.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey takes the series to ancient Greece. It will be a full-blown RPG – you can be a male or a female character, with abilities that you can upgrade, dialogue choices and more. The game will also have large scale combat both on land and in the water.
This new mode in Assassin’s Creed: Origins turns the game into an educational experience. Discovery Tour mode allows players to explore the world around them on a leisurely historical tour. The mode includes 75 guided tours of monuments, buildings, and characters.
(PG-13: Language) “I am telling you that it’s not as awesome as I keep accidentally making it sound!” Cracked breaks down the main story of Assassin’s Creed and why it’s gone down the drain: because this theoretically cool series should’ve ended long ago. Skip to 1:34.