Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Wrath of The Druids REVIEW!. So, after reading this post you can take the decision that you should buy AC Valhalla DLC or not. All details are provided and this will be a spoiler-free review.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Wrath of The Druids DLC Story
Unlike other assassin’s creed games this DLC starts with a peaceful story where Eivor gets to Ireland and meets some new friends and spent a peaceful and good time with them and as he starts spending time exploring Ireland and meeting new peoples.
Then the main story starts. The good thing is that Wrath of the druids starts the story in a slow and peaceful starting and takes it all the way to the great climax scenes.
I think that this is the best way of explaining and introducing characters to a player in video games. They have really done a good job.
The bad thing in this expansion that there are mythical characters which not supposed to have in an Assassins Creed game. The story is pretty much decent and gives you a feel of a witcher game.
And really there is nothing related to Assassins in this DLC. This is a pure Viking story.
AC Valhalla: Wrath of the druids Gameplay
The voice acting and the reaction of the character are good than other Assassins Creed games.
Enemies of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Wrath of The Druids DLC are pretty much similar in starting but as the story keeps growing you will get the toughest and hardest enemies to fight in Ireland and they are known as Druids.
If you are playing on the high difficulty you will have a tough time because the AI of druids is very very good and they are really hard to defeat.
Druids also have a mythical ability that they change their shape of the animal they want to. This makes the fight even more challenging and difficult.
Ireland is pretty much similar to England you will be disappointed if you are accepting something fully different from England. But not everything is the same here are some changes.
Ireland has much more greenery than England. England has an orange tint but in Ireland, everything has much more greenery, every time Ireland is covered with fog and you will be unable to see its beauty.
But there is also a good thing in Ireland that it is small in size and every place is completely different from each other. In England, there is not much difference between places you visit.
In this Assassin’s Creed Valhalla DLC (Wrath of The Druids) you will get six different outfits but they are not available with the season pass.
New Trade System
Yes, In Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Wrath of The Druids DLC Ubisoft introduced a brand new trading system. This is a little bit similar to games like Grand Theft Auto where you can run your own business in a game.
But in Wrath of The Druids DLC, you will get your own shops by conquering the ringforts and once you do that all the supplies will be sent to your inventory.
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Character in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Wrath of The Druids DLC
- Cecilie Stenspil as Female Eivor, Rosta
- Magnus Bruun as Male Eivor, Varin, Odin
- Carlo Rota as Basim Ibn Ishaq, Loki
- Gaia Weiss as Fulke
- Gudmundur Thorvaldsson as Sigurd Styrbjornsson, Tyr
- Tom Lewis as Alfred the Great
- Allan Corduner as Trygve
- Andrew Shaver as Stowe
- Aron Már Ólafsson as Erke, Harald Fairhair
- Björn Bengtsson as Kjotve the Cruel, Finnr
- Boris Hiestand as Rued, Fenrir, Gorm Kjotvesson
- Chantel Riley as Layla Hassan
- Christian Svensson as Ubba Ragnarsson
- Curtis Legault as Rollo
- Cody Bellinger as Otta Sluggasson
- Danny Wallace as Shaun Hastings
- David Menkin as Dag
- Einar Selvik as Bragi
- Eliza Jane Schneider as Rebecca Crane
- Elliot Cowan as Vili
- Eric Johnson as Ivarr the Boneless
- Erik Madsen as Guthrum
- Geoff Breton as Geadric
- Gunnar Cauthery as Hjorr Halfsson
- Harry McEntire as Hunwald
- Holly Gauthier-Frankel as Estrid
- Jeppe Beck Laursen as Halfdan, Thor
- Joi Johannsson as The Builder
- Kajsa Mohammar as Randvi, Soma
- Kåre Conradi as Styrbjorn, Faravid
- Kyle Gatehouse as Oswald of East Anglia
- Lucy Briers as Æthelswith
- Luke T. Taylor as Colbert
- Margaret Easley as Gunnlöð
- Mark Bonnar as Ceolwulf II of Mercia, Cynon
- Mark Noble as Hemming
- Nadia Verrucci as Hyrokkin
- Nina Yndis as Birna
- Nolan North as Desmond Miles
- Paul Amos as Rhodri the Great
- Sam Woolf as Birstan
- Sandra Yi Sencindiver as Ljufvina Bjarmarsdottir, Yanli
- Svandis Dora Einarsdottir as Valka
- Thomas W. Gabrielsson as Gunnar
- Tim Watson as Burgred of Mercia
- Tony Robinow as Suttungr
- Ukweli Roach as Goodwin
- Victoria Sanchez as Modron
You should try this DLC because it is a unique story in the Assassins Creed franchise. If you want to try some new things you play this expansion. After reading Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Wrath of The Druids DLC Review you should get what you want.
If you did not satisfy with this you can watch the gameplay.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla lore confirms that Kassandra is, in fact, the canon choice in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, which released in 2018, saw the introduction of the optional character choice where you were able to choose between playing a male or female protagonist, Alexios, and Kassandra.
Valhalla is set to expand on a feature first seen in Odyssey, the previous release in October 2018. Players will, again, be able to pursue gluttony of romantic options throughout the game, with the chance to engage in Viking weddings a very real option.
Here’s how it works. When starting Assassin’s Creed Valhalla you are given three options with regards to your character’s gender. As in previous games, you can choose to play as either a male or female version of the protagonist. There’s also a third option, which gives control over to the Animus.
Ubisoft has not posted an official price for the DLC yet, but we do know you can get it as part of the game’s season pass for $39.99 or £33.99.