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Assassin's Creed Valhalla review 2022

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla review 2022: While I was skeptical about playing it and how different it would be to Odyssey, I admit that I appreciate a few things about the game after a fair amount of time. These are for me personally:

Stunning Visuals

They go well with the Viking theme and game feel and are generally stunning. In some ways they even sort out Out Do Odyssey, partly because they look a little more polished, and partly because they have a more ‘natural’ feel.

Viking Culture

In my opinion this aspect is done more or less flawlessly, from the looks of the characters to the very short, but amusing dialogue moments, while sailing through the raid locations. It feels like you’re playing an episode of Vikings, and I think that definitely says something. I also love how you can use some of the resources you raid to build your own settlement, which adds to the authentic Viking experience.


Although not as diverse and stylized as Odyssey, it still manages to be fun and engaging, thanks to its gritty realism (I have a ton of sheer sophistication pleasure every time I see a head flying) moment).


I can already tell that this is going to be a very short game, and anyone who finds demanding full-time work with a two-year-old is truly a godsend. 170+ hours is too long to spend on a game that doesn’t balance with story and characters (odyssey).

overall, if you’re curious about trying it out, I say go for it! PS If you decide to go for the extra stuff (which you will, trust me), go for the secrets, because there are so many things to do and most of them are quite short and sweet.


I’ve been excited about this game for a long time. This might surprise you, but I loved Origins and Odyssey. I didn’t love those two games, but I can see why they both won critical acclaim and why they went to the Game Awards for Game of the Year.

Again, I enjoyed those games, but I don’t love them. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is simply amazing and really what I’m looking for is the new direction this series is taking. If you don’t like RPGs, you probably won’t like this game. If you don’t like upgrading your character and grinding your weapons to make them stronger, you probably won’t like this game.

If you’re like me, who’s been a fan of this franchise since Black Flag, this is the type of game that will definitely make you wince like it won me over. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is one of the greatest games in the entire franchise. I will go out of my way and call this one of my favorite games of 2022.

Valhalla makes you feel like a Viking, but you can upgrade your character to play like an assassin. Stealth is back and better than I could have imagined. No, it is not the best type of theft and it is not just going to someone and killing them.

mingle with people? Now that’s what I’m talking about, and that’s what was lacking for the last two games… and it looks really cool. Storytelling is amazing. The gameplay and combat is great. The visuals are great on both PS4/PS5 and Xbox One/Xbox Series X.

The voice acting is awesome (come on… it’s playing Eivor from The Last Kingdom? Who would say no?). Music is expert. The sound design is awesome. This game is just so cool! Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is definitely a game that I recommend to every AC fan and RPG fans.

It’s one of the best games I’ve played in 2020, it’s really amazing. Even though, in my opinion, Ezio games are much better, Valhalla has enough elements to allow you to enjoy it. I wholeheartedly recommend gamers to play this game and enjoy it. 10/10 Amazing game!