Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (PS5)

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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (PS5)
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (PS5)



  • You are Eivor, a fierce Viking warrior raised on tales of battle and glory. Explore a dynamic and beautiful open world set against the brutal backdrop of England’s Dark Ages.
  • Advanced RPG mechanics allow you to shape the growth of your character and influence the world around you.
  • Dual-wield powerful weapons such as axes, swords, and even shields to relive the ruthless fighting style of the Viking warriors.
  • Launch massive assaults against Saxon troops and fortresses throughout England
  • Sail from the harsh and mysterious shores of Norway to the beautiful but forbidding kingdoms of England and beyond
  • a dark Age open world – sail from the harsh and mysterious shores of Norway to the beautiful but forbidding kingdoms of England and beyond
  • lead epic raids – launch massive assaults against Saxon troops and fortresses throughout England
  • grow your settlement – construct and upgrade buildings that allow for deep customization, including a barracks, Blacksmith, tattoo parlor, and more
  • 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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Specification: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (PS5)


Ages 18 and Over

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13.5 x 1.5 x 17.2 cm, 650 Grams

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  1. Hendo

    I was enthralled and delighted by this, the first Assassins Creed game I’ve played for any length of time. But there’s a big problem. I’ve been playing for around 20 hours and so far encountered two bugs which derail the main quest line. This is a AAA game that costs serious money and only in gaming could you issue a product to consumers with this kind of serious flaw. Presumably it’ll be patched, but who knows. I’ve given up after becoming stuck on the infamous Unholy Father quest; it simply won’t complete even after I finished the objective.
    On the upside the PS5 renders the game beautifully. I don’t agree with players here who say the visuals are ‘meh’ I think they’re wonderful. But it’s not ready to be played; I’ll come back when Ubisoft have deigned to fix it – assuming that ever happens.

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  2. Chucky Cheese

    I have this game on both my PC and now my new PS5. On my PC, I am able to get a locked 60fps with all settings at Ultra at 1440p. On the PS5, there is also a 60fps option although it tends to go below that during intense moments. I think this 60fps mode is great and all, but I think playing this game at 4K @ 30fps is nicer to me as I love the visuals of lush England and Norway. I think the 4K resolution does well at showing off the buildings, the views from the hills and also just looks far cleaner on a 4K TV.

    As for the game itself, it is brilliant. Once you get to England everything opens up and its up to you how you want to tackle missions. I somewhat agree that the old Odyssey/Origins formula is still present in the game, although enough has been done to change how you tackle the game. I think what tends to put people of these Ubisoft games is the length and the scale of the maps. I don’t think these people will have a good time here, seeing as there is a lot of map to explore…

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  3. Mr. G. Peters

    As is often the case with the latest games these days, I find myself thinking “this’ll be great when its finished”.
    The game is great, and the graphic are stunning and flawless. The fight mechanics are a little boring though, especially after coming from Ghost of Tsushima which set a very high bar. It does improve a bit as you level-up and gain more special moves, but it remains a bit “hack and slash”… there’s no real finesse to it.
    But the bugs! Quests that cannot be completed because a key cannot be picked up; getting stuck between 2 boulders and having to reload to the last checkpoint; not being able to drop through a trapdoor because the avatar just wants to walk around its edge.
    Hopefully that’ll improve with patches, but for now, it remains very frustrating at times.

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  4. Rachel M.

    I do love this game but sadly I CAN’T PROGRESS. Like thousands of others I have encountered a huge bug in the main story(I’m 60 hours in!) meaning I can’t progress. Ubisoft have known about this for months and it’s still not been fixed! I’d give it 5 stars otherwise but this is ridiculous.

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  6. Malk

    Better than Odyssey. I prefer Greek stuff, especially kleftico, and dolmades, but this beat the kraken right out of it.

    Playing as Aleister Black is always a bonus.

    Bonus poem:

    Thor the god of thunder,
    Sat upon his filly,
    “I’m Thor” he cried,
    His horse replied,
    “Where’th your thaddle, thilly?”.

    Have fun.

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  7. Saira

    Bought as a present. Has had some very good reviews from that person. He really enjoys the game. A long game with quite a few side missions so money well spent!

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  8. Beefy Bridges

    A game about vikings and I live in the area it’s set. Missus loves it but I can’t help but notice that Bury and stowmarket are in the wrong places. But in reality it’s great.

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