Assassin's Creed Valhalla for Xbox One
Xbox One

Assassin's Creed Valhalla

Nov 10, 2020 NEW

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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.

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2400 Reviews
9.55

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Critic Reviews

22 Reviews
8.31
Brandon AdamsNov 09, 2020
Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla takes all the previous systems introduced in Origins and Odyssey, and streamlines them into a more focused experience. The game may have some flaws, and it’s a shame to see the combat remains mediocre after all these years, yet Valhalla is easily the best entry in the recent trilogy. Grab your axes and shields: it’s time to go a-viking!
Benjamin MaltbieNov 10, 2020
It is undeniable that the series is growing, and it’s admirable that the developers are willing to try new things. Overall, the experience works in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. It’s not a perfect fit, yet, but there’s promise in the series future if they continue to head in a direction that has more RPG elements, and options for a direct approach. It also feels like a proof of concept that they can continue to attempt virtually any setting with a decent chance of success.
James DavieNov 23, 2020
Sound design is pleasing but doesn’t go out of its way to impress as it has in previous Assassins Creed games. Of course, listening to your crew of Vikings singing a shanty is always a highlight, and the subtle viewpoint music does a lovely job of granting a moment of reflection, but there’s not a lot of remarkable sound design here to take note of.