It is one of the biggest stalwart game series that has turned an enormous profit for Ubisoft. Here is a look at five things that Assassin’s Valhalla does exceptionally well and why it is one of the better games in the series. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
Valhalla had to include a Raid mechanic, if not for anything else, then for historical accuracy. Essentially, a Raid involves Eivor and the Raven Clan attacking an Anglo-Saxon stronghold.
And looting every piece of the valuable item they can get their hands on. Apart from that, Raids are perhaps the most exciting parts of Assassin’s Valhalla. Before the looting, dozens of soldiers are laid to waste in brutal Viking fashion, making for enjoyable gameplay sections. Tactics such as infiltrating the location and silently assassinating high-level enemies.
Raids become the most efficient way to gather resources and money and.
Balancing stealth with action
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla manages to introduce stealth yet keep it action-heavy. The game brings back abilities such as being able to blend in with a group of missionaries.
As well as this is a nice nod to the original game. While the player has enough room to mess around with stealth and seamlessly transition to action should things go wrong. While far from a deep stealth game.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla lurks closer to its roots than many previous entries from the series.
A compelling cast of characters
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is no different as the player is always surrounded by a colorful and captivating cast of characters. Throughout its extremely lengthy campaign, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla manages to introduce interesting characters.
Every character in Ravensthorpe and beyond is very well-written with their own set of motivations, fears, tendencies, and unique personalities. Each story is wrought with interesting themes and.
Most importantly, exciting characters. The player is tasked with forming alliances over various parts of England through the game.
And each area presents its sub-plot.