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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One Standard Edition
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- Lead epic Viking raids against Saxon troops and fortresses.
- Relive the visceral fighting style of the Vikings as you dual-wield powerful weapons.
- Challenge yourself with the most varied collection of enemies ever in Assassin's Creed.
- Shape the growth of your character and your clan's settlement with every choice you make.
- Explore a Dark Age open world, from the harsh shores of Norway to the beautiful kingdoms of England.
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Become Eivor, a legendary Viking raider on a quest for glory. Explore England's Dark Ages as you raid your enemies, grow your settlement, and build your political power.
Game leverages Smart Delivery allowing access to both the Xbox One title and Xbox Series X title when available.
Pre-purchase now for early access to the bonus mission The Way of the Berserker.
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Update: On the Xbox I am getting data corruption errors. So save often or risk losing hours of gaming. As I played this game more, it introduced the worst elements of Origins and Odyssey. Lazy programming by Ubisoft. As for the new skill sets and abilities, they are completely useless. I gave up even trying to use them ... harpooning ...really?
In Odyssey you have so many adventurous directions you can go while the history of your character gets uncovered and all the great storylines. In Valhalla they drag you around through a lot of "blah blah blah". You can't skip a lot of this boring stuff. For example, you have to follow this guy so he can show you how to do the "leap of faith". Are you kidding me!?
Just, lack of quality control. It seems that they produced the content then rushed it out the door. Someone made an executive decision to release this on an artificial date. And it was a bad decision. You can have a software deliverable fast, cheap or high-quality. Pick any two.
Update, I've run in to so many bugs. The "Viking for hire" quest cannot be advanced due to a bug where you can't talk to Reda in your settlement. I'm now in the story arc in Cent, found that we could sneak into the church where Sigurd is supposed to be, but suddenly random NPC enemies showed up even though you had not been detected. Basim ends up in a never-ending fight with a NPC enemy that doesn't exist - there's just nothing there. I went to reload from a save point and found that ALL of the auto-saves say "DATA CORRUPT! Would you like to start a new game?" The game does crash occasionally, but on Xbox at least, when it wakes back up, it is also not able to save progress, so you have to kill the process and re-start the game, re-load your progress, to make sure that you aren't wasting your time. I fell for that 2 or 3 times.
This, after maybe 60 hours of play time.
Seriously. This game is a quality control disaster. An absolute, abject, unqualified disaster. Whoever decided to ship this will need to find a new place to work. In the software industry, we'd say this shipped with dozens of "sev 1" bugs and potentially hundreds of "sev 2" bugs. And with potentially no retroactive fix. Meaning, someone does work (play) with the software, that will be lost when they release a fix. In 30 years of gaming, all the way back to Nintendo and Atari days, I'm not sure I personally have come across a game with quality control this bad. And it's a shame - it has good bones, could have been interesting if it was playable.