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  • Vlerk2020
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    40 hours and 26% in the game and story and i am not feeling it, the game world looks really good as we grown accustomed to but sorry to say it feels soulles and EMPTY.
    I am playing Civilization V (been a while) and i'm having more fun then playing Valhalla.. was it to much hype ? from myself included.

    I don't feel it, the settlement is nice but it's quiet, there is nothing going on or people in it.. the towns feel static and the countryside for example Sciropscire and Glowecestrescire (West of the settlement) are EMPTY, there are more cow and sheep then people.
    It really doesn't hurt to put some sheep herders or maybe even some horse/wagon trading carts in, you have these great STONE roads and they are not being used.
    Even the farms people are just standing still, did you forgot Ubisoft??.. why does AC Origins feel much more dynamic and a far better realistic world with people having stuff to do etc.

    This is my main disappointment with AC VAlhalla, the greatest part of the lands are just empty.. where are the people ??? there isn't any walking on the roads, where are the traders, hunters maybe(?), soldier patrols.

    Enjoyed the story but it doesn't give me the vibe like there was in Origins and even Odyssey, i am collecting Opals getting fast travel points and just running around in huge chunks of empty lands.

    Settlement, Petra gimme a kiss, cling clang lets feast, and zZzZZZzZz sleep in a bed (doesn't do anything (how about a full health and 1 points of HEAL(?).
    Settlement could do with trading (trading house), several towns (friendly) can be traded with.. real horse and wagon carts will walk from settlement to selected town.
    Hired Jomsvikings should get injuries when downed or after fights, and require several days to heal.. so we need to switch (we can recruit a 100!).

    Just some suggestions c'mon Ubisoft.. be creative ! 🙄

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