The Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is now available on Steam; only 20 US dollars until late December 2022

Ubisoft Montréal launched the latest mainline release of the Assassins Creed franchise, Assassins Creed Valhalla, via Steam, marking the return of a storefront.

The titles vary by the numbered, base or price, and prices go up a bit until December 22, 2022, but the first, only one in two, was $19.80 instead of $59.99. If you’re interested in this game, this is a reasonable price for release.

Assassins Creed Valhallasstory stars Eivor and his Viking raider, driven from Norway in a cause of war and lack of resources. He is free to guide a clan across the North Sea to find a new house, no matter how much it costs. Combat means the use of a sword, double-wielding axes, swords and shields against the most varied collection of deadly enemies ever found in the Assassins Creed game.

Players are also powerful assaults against Saxon troops and fortresses, or set surprise attacks from longships to take over enemy territory to regain land and resources. From there, build and install new buildings, including barracks, blacksmiths or tattoo parlors. Through online modes, a player customizes raiders and adds clans to his games.

If you missed this review, look for the essay “Assassins: Wrath of the Druids.”

The Assassins Creed Valhallais are available on PlayStation 4, 5, Xbox One, and Xbox X.

Assassins Creed Mirage has been announced recently, launching next year.