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  • sblantipodi
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    I'm an old fan of the series, I played all the AC launch day and always loved the series.

    Before Origins I was pretty bored from the repetitive gameplay and the lack of real RPG mechanics and the last three AC was for me WOW.

    What is the best game in the last three AC?
    To me, Odyssey it's the better game.

    1) I love ISU lore and Odyssey was the game with more lore dedicated to ISU
    2) way better gameplay. In Odyssey you can do real combos of abilities and the combat was way better in every aspects. I feel that Odyssey is more RPG and I like it more.
    3) less dumb repetive missions. In Valhalla there are so many points on the map that adds nothing, it only water down the game.
    4) no real reasons to try new weapons, armours, abilities. You can finish the game with the same weapon you started the game, there is no real difference between your initial weapons and the final ones. Same for the armours. What is the sense in this? I stopped trying new weapons and armours too soon because I didn't have a reason to try new things
    5) landscapes are too similar by each other, probably at that time that was the real landscape but this is a game, and I like historycal period where there is something to see. I like how good Ubisoft reconstruct buildings. In Valhalla there is only grass and terrain 😁
    6) season pass is way worse. In Odyssey every seasons bringed a new game with different colours, different landscapes, new cook abilities, weapons and armours. In Valhalla season pass is just a more of the same addition to a game that is too much long.

    Hope that the next AC will be more similar to Odyssey than Valhalla even if I enjoyed Valhalla

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  • ADarklore
    175 posts

    I agree, Odyssey was WAY better and had a LOT, repeat, LOT less bugs!! I've never seen a game go almost an entire year after launch with so many bugs not being fixed, but then again, AC games have a history of not being able to fix bugs- AC Blackflag is just one example.

    Yet, they plan to continue developing this game for another year... if that's the case, perhaps they should start adding some QoL improvements then- since it has been stated that even New Game+ most likely won't come until the very END of the game. One QoL improvement I'd like to see is being able to switch builds on the fly like Odyssey had- offering us five gear set options. I think that is one thing Odyssey got right was their gear sets- many of them had their usefulness in certain situations... here with Valhalla, most of their sets are gimmicky and worthless... and ugly as all hell. Perhaps offering the ability to dye our gear would make the ugliness just a bit more tolerable.

    I will disagree with number 5 though. On one hand you said you like historical period 'where there is something to see'... I like sets that are TRUE to history!! I want to relive the historical setting as close to reality as possible, and that is exactly what this game series offers. The reality is, England during this time period was sparsely populated and the game is great at demonstrating that; I want to feel like I'm in historical England, not some 'made for gaming' version of history.

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