Assassin's Creed Valhalla for PlayStation 4
PS4

Assassin's Creed Valhalla

Nov 10, 2020
8.67
playscore
Good
164th of 6766

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Playable as female or male, Eivor leads a clan of Norse people across the icy North Sea to flee Norway’s endless war and dwindling resources. If they hope to survive, they’ll have to build a new home in the hostile lands of England. There, you’ll provide for yourself and your people by constructing, customizing, and upgrading your settlement with new buildings like barracks, blacksmiths, and tattoo parlors, all while recruiting new members to grow your clan.

Gamer Reviews

11926 Reviews
9.38
whatoplay
0 review
NA
Jun 15, 2021

Boring and clunky, side missions and world tasks are repetitive and just a bit shite

brimms
6.00
Apr 22, 2021

Way too long and Bloated, Assassins Creed Valhalla is a very big game but same as it's last predecessor, it could have ended 30 to 40 hour earlier if there isn't so much farming in the game, added a downgraded combat system this game would have been a great comeback to the franchise

Dec 6, 2020
It’d be great if it wasn’t for a terrible combat
Daryl

Daryl

Jul 13, 2021
8.70
Amine Triande

Amine Triande

Feb 10, 2021
6.00
Madison

Madison

Jan 1, 2021
9.00
Andrew Stepikov

Andrew Stepikov

Dec 28, 2020
8.40

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

32 Reviews
7.95
Vincent ArogyaNov 20, 2020
The game's biggest strength is its narrative. If you play Assassin's Creed Valhalla as a normal Viking open-world game, you will certainly enjoy it. But, if you expect it to stick to the Assassin's Creed philosophy, you are in for a disappointment.
Robert RamseyNov 12, 2020
Its stories and characters are a whole cut above what's come before, while its open world feels refined and incredibly well realised. The condition that Valhalla has launched in is a terrible shame, but it's something that could, and should, be fixed.
Chris "Atom" DeAngelusNov 09, 2020
Assassin's Creed: Valhalla is a mostly solid, if somewhat unambitious, Assassin's Creed game that is dragged down by a shockingly poor PS4 release. I look forward to seeing how it runs on a PS5, but the last-gen version is hard to recommend due to the sheer amount of issues that I encountered while playing through the game. If you discount those issues, Valhalla would be a comfortable 8.0, but one can't just ignore those issues.