Valiant Hearts E3 Trailer Teaches the Value of Humanity

By   /   Jun 9, 2014

Among a list of other games, Ubisoft revisited their WWI based puzzle adventure by Ubisoft Montpellier. Aisha Tyler the host showcased the Valiant Hearts E3 trailer.

On the 100th anniversary of the First World War, Ubisoft plans to reiterate the meaning of peace and humanity among the people with Valiant Hearts: The Great War.

The game takes it’s comic-like artwork to teach us the message of life, bravery and winning without firing a shot. It is the story of a dog and a war trodden family that wishes to be reunited. The Valiant Hearts E3 trailer shows that more than a game, it is a lesson of resilience.

Most of the events shown in the game actually happened and that includes the millions of deaths and the stretched-out graveyards that sprung out as a result of the war.

As we already know, Ubisoft plans to release the game in a fortnight, i.e. on June 25. Check out the Valiant Hearts E3 trailer and drop a line in the comments’ section.

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