Holiday Gift Guide: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs: Legion, Siege and More | Ubisoft [NA]


YOUSSEF MAGUID: With so many exciting new Ubisoft games to choose from this holiday season, our holiday gift guide has a Viking horde full of things that we all love to get around the holidays, like hot chocolate holders, sensible decorations, ugly clothing items, and a whole lot more. The links to the stuff we show you in this video are in the description below. And even if you don’t have a shelf or pedestal space to accommodate a big, honkin’ statue, you’ll find a lot to like across a range of items, styles and budgets. Now, let’s check out a big, honkin’ statue. This Animus Eivor legendary figurine from PureArts stands at a one quarter scale of the real life, in-game hero of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Here, we see Eivor flanked by LED infused animus effects– and stands tall with Oden at her back– or his back, if you like. The two swappable heads let you show off Eivor however you want. For a smaller statue that still delivers the goods– and in this case, it’s a chest full of silver– the Valhalla bundle from PureArts boasts a 10 inch Eivor statue with ax and helm in hand.

The bundle also includes a wearable hidden blade, to help sharpen your cosplay game, and a set of dice inspired by Eivor’s favorite pastime, Orlog, as well as a print of long ships at sea, and a pack of in-game tattoos. If your decor is more Renaissance than Ragnarok, this Ezio Auditore statue will perch nicely between your tapestries and Botticelli reproductions. Iron Studios captured Ezio’s iconic pose and unmistakable outfit. All you have to do is keep those dual hidden blades out of heavily trafficked hallways.

They’re pointy. But if space is at a premium, consider this Ezio MiniCo statue as an alternative– same sweeping cloak, same peeked hood, same burning desire to avenge his family and bring the downfall of the Templar order, just a little smaller and cuter. But don’t tell big Ezio we said that. When it comes to the cutification of Ubisoft characters, the chibi style figurines of some of your favorite Siege Operators are the real MVPs. Whether it’s the menacing look of Glaz or a calculated pose of Mira, these chibis pack a lot of personality into a small package. If you’d prefer to step into characters yourself, then strap on these splitter cell goggles from GameStop and lurk your way into the nearest shadow.

The green light glows, the iconic sound plays, an every light bulb within a 30 foot radius begins to fear for its safety. On the more practical headgear side, Gunner has crafted the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla edition of their Enigma gaming glasses. Designed to keep your eyes comfortable while playing and decorated with Valhalla inspired teal filigree along the temples and on the included pouch. For the gamer in your life who already owns or is getting a SteelSeries Arctis Pro headset, give them a chance to spice it up with the plates featuring the ingenious Twitch from Siege, or the wolf kissed a Eivor from Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.

Now, this is the point in the holiday gift guide that we hit you with a clothing section, starting with your favorite Ubisoft games imagined as ugly sweaters. A Santa hat makes the pig’s mask of Watchdog’s Legion even more festive. The crossed axes of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla are appropriate for any occasion. And there are even more items of the ugly holiday collection, including pants, mugs, and socks at

While you’re there, check out the full Assassin’s Creed Valhalla collection, with apparel of all types and sizes– and some nice accessories, to boot. Also new to the Ubisoft store is the eSports inspired collection, with jerseys, hoodies, , joggers and fanny packs. If you don’t think professional gamers use fanny packs, then think again, because some of them probably do. Of course, the Ubisoft store isn’t the only spot to pick up some quality duds inspired by Ubisoft games. But first, a word from our sponsor, reading.

Reading can be as beautiful, engrossing, and exciting as playing video games, and the controls are way easier to master. Take the “Watch Dogs Legion Resistance Report,” for example. Simply open the book and bam– exclusive artwork of near-future London and intriguing insights into the burrows, factions, technology, and more from an American reporter on the ground. Take a gander at the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla art book, packed with a long ship’s worth of gorgeous prints, never before seen concept art, and developer insights. It’s the kind of throw that only reading, but also video games, can deliver. And it’s brought to you by books. Books, available wherever books are sold. To help keep you cozy when you’re reading or gaming, check out these Six Siege hoodies from FanFit gaming. Dokkaebi, Mute, and a handful of other operators are featured, as well as the logo of the game you know oh so well. Jinx also has a host of gear available in their new Assassin’s Creed Valhalla collection, including an array of Eivor’d up t-shirts, a slick snapback hat, and a neat little mug that really says, don’t talk to me until I’ve had my morning cup of mead.

Finally, check out Graph and their shirts to get a little more Ezio on your life, or show off your allegiance to Watch Dogs Legion. Keep an eye on their store for more. And having now fulfilled my awful pun quota for this video, it’s time to wrap up. Look in the description below for links to all the items you saw in this video and more. And subscribe to this channel to keep up with the latest from Ubisoft this holiday season. [CHRISTMAS MUSIC] .

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