The reports pointing towards a viking/norse-set new ‘Assassin’s Creed’- title were true. Artwork was officially revealed (as seen above) and we’ll be getting a cinematic trailer tomorrow. Here’s the link for ya’ll waiting; it’ll be a live world premiere:
Deadline reports that the hit tv show Vikings from History Channel will end after the next season. The next, 6th and final season will begin airing this year and it’ll consist of 20 episodes.
There are however plans for new show set in the same universe, a spin-off, from the same creative minds. It’s nothing official and remains to see if it passes this initial phase.
Vikings 5×15 “Hell” Season 5 Episode 15 Promo – Bishop Heahmund is wracked with guilt as he fights to renounce his passions; Viking clashes with Saxon on the battlefield, leaving a key figure lost in the balance.
This episode airs on December 26, 2018.
As the celebrations for Ivar continue in Kattegat, grief hits Iceland and Floki must now make a fated decision; Harald’s army approaches Wessex; a conspiracy grows against King Alfred.
Watch Vikings Wednesdays at 9:00pm/8c on History
Starring: Katheryn Winnick, Clive Standen, Travis Fimmel.
Project Wight is the codename for the first game from independent studio The Outsiders.
The Outsiders are lead by David Goldfarb, former Lead Designer on Battlefield 3 and Game Director on Payday 2.
The game is developed in Unity and there is no release date as of yet.
“This spring, Titans Comics will begin publishing a new comic book series based on History Channel’s critically acclaimed television series, Vikings. It is penned by best-selling Doctor Who writer Cavan Scott and illustrated by Staz Johnson (Wolverine, Spider-Man).
The Vikings comic book series will feature politics, intrigue, betrayal and sword-swinging combat. It takes place within the third season and will follow Ragnar Lothbrok as he leads his Northmen on a new saga of glory and plunder.”
History Channel’s Vikings– series is back for a fourth season this upcoming February.
For Swedes is good to know that HBO Nordic will stream it, aswell as the first three seasons, for those who want to see the series from its’ beginning.
However the good news is that the fourth season will be double as long as the previous seasons. Instead of 10 episodes, there are not less than 20(!) episodes announced. The first ten will premiere during spring (beginning Fenruary) and the rest will stream during fall next year.