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Assassin's Creed Valhalla - PlayStation 4
- WRITE YOUR VIKING SAGA – Advanced RPG mechanics allow you to shape the growth of your character and influence the world around you. With every choice you make, from political alliances and combat strategy to dialogue and gear progression, you will carve your own path to glory.
- VISCERAL COMBAT SYSTEM – Dual-wield powerful weapons such as axes, swords, and even shields to relive the ruthless fighting style of the Viking warriors. Brutally decapitate your foes, vanquish them from afar, or stealthily assassinate targets with your hidden blade. Challenge yourself with the most varied collection of deadly enemies ever found in an Assassin’s Creed game.
- A DARK AGE OPEN WORLD – Sail from the harsh and mysterious shores of Norway to the beautiful but forbidding kingdoms of England and beyond. Immerse yourself in the Viking way of life through fishing, hunting, drinking games, and more.
- LEAD EPIC RAIDS – Launch massive assaults against Saxon troops and fortresses throughout England. Lead your clan in surprise attacks from your longship and pillage enemy territories to bring riches and resources back to your people. GROW YOUR SETTLEMENT – Construct and upgrade buildings that allow for deep customization, including a barracks, blacksmith, tattoo parlor, and more. Recruit new members to your clan and personalize your Viking experience.
- MERCENARY VIKINGS – Create and customize a unique Viking raider within your clan and share it online with friends to use during their own raids.
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Ninth century AD. Driven from Norway by endless wars and dwindling resources, a Viking raider, Eivor, leads a clan of Norsemen across the icy North Sea to the rich lands of England’s broken kingdoms. Their mission: establish a new permanent home, no matter the cost. In Assassin’s Creed® Valhalla, you are Eivor, a fierce Viking warrior raised on tales of battle and glory. Explore a mysterious and beautiful open world set against the brutal backdrop of England’s Dark Ages. Raid your enemies, grow your settlement, and build your political power in the quest to earn a place among the gods in Valhalla. Wars will rage. Kingdoms will fall. This is the age of the Vikings. Upgrade to PlayStation5 Version: Assassin's Creed Valhalla PlayStation4 game on Blu-ray Disc must be kept inserted in a PlayStation5 console to play the corresponding Assassin's Creed Valhalla PlayStation5 digital version at no additional cost, when available. Requires a PlayStation5, the game Blu-ray Disc, a PlayStation Network registration, additional storage & Broadband internet connection. May incur bandwidth usage fees.
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I still decide to continue playing despite all the bugs, glitch and just overall lack of polish in this game, but my experience was stopped by a game breaking bug, that prevents me from playing past the quest "Seer Solace".
A big disappointment, I wonder how this will play on the ps5, but my hopes are really low. I guess it's time to move on from this franchise.
I wish that the modern sections were completely removed, they add nothing to my enjoyment of the game, and are boring and batshit crazy at the same time. No-one has ever said "gosh, being an axe wielding maniac is fine, but if only I could walk around a cabin and talk about what is and isn't defined as tea with a boring white dude"
Other than that, the game is what you expect. An interesting pseud-historical context, fun fights and great exploration. Graphics is alright, but suffers from outdated character models. Gameplay is also somewhat repetitive, so don't buy if you don't like that.
Whoever is interested in the series better waits for Ubisoft to fix the bugs and pick it up when it goes on sale.
"Cannot continue using the application.
The data for the following application is corrupted. Delete the application from the PS4 and then insert the disc again."
It’s a serious glitch as there’s not much incentive to play if you can’t guarantee that hours of progress will be there when you return. :(
The game has had 2 small patches released since I got it, the only really issue has been some sound clipping in cutscenes, characters will continue the conversation before the other has already finished the first sentence, a touch jarring but it has only happened twice. Other than that, the game launched in a good playable condition. As games have been release now, patch later for a decade.
While it has it's issues, it is a mark step up from Odyssey. The less is more approach that has been taken with Assassin's Creed: Valhalla, this game was made by the same Team at Ubi who worked on my two favorite AC games in Black Flag and Origins and this is another good title.
As I said, this game has a less is more, where Odyssey just wanted to keep throwing loot at you ad nauseam, dozens of constraint (granted optional) fetch/ eliminate timed quests. Those things are gone, and for the better. Loot is now more meaningful. Exploring more immersive as I am not hopping here and there to complete quests for easy XP.
I am 24 hours in and I have only got one set of armour and 3 different type's of weapons. Sounds low right? Well, it is, but the upgrading system makes it up for it. Gear can be both Upgraded --with Leather and Ore-- and Refined-- with Ingots --that give you more levels to upgrade that piece of gear or weapon.
I am not constantly checking my inventory for that new epic that just dropped right after I just got a new one like in Odyssey. Armour and weapons are out in the world to discover in locations and are not junk to fall from fallen foes like candy wrappers.
Combat has the weight and oomph back to it that was in Origins. you feel every blow from your Dane axe or sword. Timing for parrying is a lot smaller than Odyssey where you could just spam counter over and over (I did enjoy Odyssey, for all my negative comparisons, for reference!) You can hit enemies in a weak point and finish them off by pressing R3, or deal major damage to a Brute or other stronger foe.
The Raiding is fun but with no way to give commands to your warriors makes it feel mindless as well, pity, giving orders to take the Towers, storm X gate would of made it more strategic
World Events replace those timed quests at Hermes Statues. Most are... well, strange to be honest. The half dozen I have done have had basically people on the edge of madness. I guess its aim was to add some lighter moments amongst the seriousness of the Age we are exploring.
The Power system, I didn't like the sound of it when I first heard it but after playing it it is a good system. Basically every XP Threshold you receive two points to put into your Power skill tree. So at Power Level 30, you are technically Level 15, if you like. While the skills you can unlock are hidden until you hit the end of a branch, you can always either refund a single point, or your entire progression if you do not like the path you have chosen. Bear - Combat, Wolf - Ranged and Raven - stealth.
Crowd stealth, blending in has returned to the series as well. Send a drunkard to distract some Saxons, or hide among a pack of cowering monks as guards slip by in typical AC fashion.
The main highlight for me is the music, more so the music that Einar from Wardruna (And Vikings) worked on. Hearing his vocals as I am raiding really puts you in the moment. I just wish he was hired to do the entire soundtrack, as you can tell when there is a piece he did not work on as it is not up to the same standard.
Now the longship. I love it, Yet find one feature infuriating. The design. You only sit at one end of the ship, when the Norse Longship was designed to be either ended with its double keel. You beach, then just head back out to water with the other. In this UBI has a tiller locked to one end, so reversing out of a sandbank like a car is really immersion breaking, and really this would not of taken much to fix, and I hope this is something they work on post launch, not just for accuracy, but for quality of life.
The Settlement is a neat feature, there is a long to add to it and expand. The name generated Jomsviking creator was a minor letdown, I had a dozen Nordic names ready to make to add to my crew, yet you shuffle thru names predetermined.
I could keep going on and on but I will end it here. A good game that you do not need to be a AC fan to enjoy, there is some modern stuff but you can skip the cutscenes and walk your character back the Animus, I rally wish there was an option to not have these moments play, as I play for the History side of it, not this pretentious Sci-fi subplot that went nowhere and should of ended with AC3 debacle, Alas, it is what it is.
A 9/10 as a Assassin's Creed game. 8.5/10 as a game in general!
NOTE: Thank you to Amazon for the amazing service, the price and the beyond expected shipping really took some much needed grimness of this brooding brute!! Skol!