Assassin’s Creed Valhalla surpassed Odysseus at launch

Ubisoft had a transparent year in 2020, and at the top of their list is Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, which has far surpassed its predecessors.

Since its release in November, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla met one of the most successful launches of any game in the series. Reports posted Valhalla with 1.7 million units sold at launch – 50% more than its predecessor, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.

Perhaps the most obvious and immediate factor that led to Valhalla’s warm reception was how Ubisoft paved the way for its success by working hard on Assassin’s Creed the franchise itself. Cultivating the series into one of the largest publishing houses, Ubisoft has invested a lot of time and effort in producing high quality Assassin’s Creed titles one after another. In fact, it can be argued that each title improves over the last – with perhaps a few exceptions.

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The fact is Assassin’s Creed is on the rise after the 2017 star reception Assassin’s Creed Origins, which functioned as something of a soft reboot of the condominium franchise. 2018 Assassin’s Creed Odyssey he followed this success and was quickly recognized as a degree above his previous wars. With a stronger focus on its Action-RPG elements, An odyssey it had fully realized characters, interesting story lines, and a flooded world on epic proportions.

There is also ValhallaIt’s timeing, launching just in time to be the leading title for the next generation. Although the number of games you can choose to display the new Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5 specs is limited, most gamers usually go with games and franchises that get them excited or stay with something from a trusted developer or publisher. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla played on these perfectly and made it one of the most brilliant games featuring the latest iteration of game consoles.

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It also helps ValhallaThe startup window is slightly open thanks to another Cyberpunk 2077 postpone. Now that it’s finally unveiled, a huge percentage of players have already dipped their fingers into Night City’s neon pools. Cyberpunk 2077 was undoubtedly one of the most sensitive and anticipated games of perhaps the entire past decade, and the techno futuristic RPG CD Project Red and Ubisoft’s Viking Romp were to be introduced at about the same time.

We already know that the vast majority of players would have to think hard before deciding which game to win if that happened. Fortunately – at least for Ubisoft – Cyberpunk was delayed enough for Valhalla to do pretty well in the market at launch.

Assassin’s Creed he has come a long way since our first foray into the genetic memories of Desmond Miles. With a dozen games in the main series and a few additional media that are further explained, it seems that the franchise is not in sight, and it is getting better and better.

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