Ubisoft brings us a story of four unsung heroes in Valiant Hearts: The Great War

Ubisoft has released a new game onto Android today called Valiant Hearts: The Great War and this particular title is something a little different than the company’s usual game releases. In Valiant Hearts players will be following the story of a group of four soldiers who are swept up in the midst of World War 1.

These four soldiers, who also happen to have a dog with them, travel through the battlefields of Europe during World War 1. Instead of the usual arcade games that Ubisoft releases, Valiant Hearts is actually a playable graphic novel that is not too different from other games of this nature such as The Walking Dead. The story itself is actually quite good, touching on all the emotions and events that would happen during that period of time between the four soldiers.

Valiant Hearts Features:

– An emotional adventure game delivered with a unique tone and art style.
– Move into action and help your heroes survive the Great War by solving puzzles or sneaking through enemy lines…
– Lost in a maze of trenches, play each of these characters and help a young German soldier find his love! All of them will be helped by their faithful canine companion, Walt.
– This fictitious story takes you back to famous WW1 locations, revisiting historical battles on the Western Front, such as the Battle of the Marne or the Battle of the Somme!
– In partnership with Apocalypse World War 1 and the Mission Centenaire 14-18, learn more about the Great War through historical articles and share them with friends.

What is even more interesting about this game is that it is apparently inspired by letters that were written during World War 1. Valiant Hearts is an episodic adventure and has four parts to it. Picking up a copy of Valiant Hearts will cost you $4.99 which nets you the first part of the game. The rest of the chapters are available for purchase through IAPs, either individually or as one bulk purchase. If you happen to want to play this game on Android TV, there is also a version purely designed for that which will set you back $14.99.

Website Referenced: PocketGamer

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