Once again, there’s a new Assassin’s Creed game to kick off the next console generation, just as was the case with Black Flag back in 2013. Regardless of whether you’re playing Ubisoft’s latest open-world RPG on new or old hardware, though, here’s how long Assassin’s Creed Valhalla takes to beat.
How Long Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Takes to Beat
In the build up to Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s launch, Ubisoft keenly spotlighted its efforts to reduce the levels of bloat and clutter that plagued its predecessor, Odyssey.
Even still, it turns out the team couldn’t quite resist the urge to make Valhalla another enormous open-world adventure.
During Twinfinite’s review playthrough, we clocked up 60 hours more or less beelining the main story quests (including Asgard). We leveled our settlement to 5 and stopped along the way to experience at least one of the “Mystery” blue orb activities along the way.
But there’s still so much more left to do across the map, which leads us to believe that one could easily spend 100 hours playing Valhalla.
For some, that’ll be daunting, while for others the notion of another massive epic Assassin’s Creed experience is something they’ll relish. But overall, we can confirmed that Valhalla does do a pretty good job of streamlining exploration and questing in a way that doesn’t feel too overwhelming, even if there is a lot to do.
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