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    Licenturion
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    Hello,

    I just want to vent about the lackluster soundtrack releases and I hope someone who is responsible for these picks this feedback up somehow.

    They released another soundtrack on Spotify today which focuses on Einar his songs. So I was hopeful to finally get the 2 monastery raid songs in full official glory and the ending song when you have defeated the order.

    Guess what: none of those are on the new release. Instead we get songs that have been released for 3 times now with a few skaldic versions of previously released songs.

    It is really an achievement to have a whopping 4 soundtrack releases yet the most important and memorable tracks are all still missing.

    I have recorded some of those missing tracks from the game and remastered these and I got 28 000 views within the past week (non monetized). So why they refuse to include these tracks is beyond me. The demand is clearly there. I wonder if the people who compile these soundtracks have actually played the game.

    For Valhalla it is a very rare occasion to have such weird incomplete and double releases. Ubisoft soundtrack releases are always rock solid and complete. Even the new Immortals soundtrack is 3.5 hours long.

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  • FylkirPanzer
    180 posts

    @licenturion For the life of me I can't find the particular bit of music that usually plays when you're being chased by wolves, it involves breathy chanting and women singing. I absolutely love that bit of music, but I can't find it anywhere.

  • Fimbulthulur
    64 posts

    Ubisoft, please release music from the fight with Dag. It is awesome

  • FylkirPanzer
    180 posts

    @fimbulthulur Found it:

  • Fimbulthulur
    64 posts

    @fylkirpanzer Skal to you!

  • Jaretdesheret
    17 posts

    On one side you have the marketing part of Valhalla with gorgeous gameplay, awesome features, great music and astonishing replayability, and on the other side you have that turd they released...

  • Fimbulthulur
    64 posts

    @jaretdesheret its not that bad, cmon. Its ok now, don't forget that they will develop it further




  • FylkirPanzer
    180 posts

    @fimbulthulur I can agree.

    However, at least for me, the sheer lack of content (armor, weapons, meaningful side quests, etc) and replayability hamper this game in a bad way. Once you beat the game and clear the map, that's it, you're done and left waiting until the next batch of content comes out.

    At least with Odyssey you had randomized quests and repetitive tasks you could do until the next thing came out, which kept you engaged and playing.

  • Jaretdesheret
    17 posts
    @jaretdesheret its not that bad, cmon. Its ok now, don't forget that they will develop it further

    Bugs + no replayability + bad design

    Will require a lot of "development" indeed.

  • Fimbulthulur
    64 posts

    @fylkirpanzer yes, here I agree as well. This is something all games should include. Self-generating quests and stories. It is not that hard to do.


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