How is everyone able to beat the drinking game?0 Likes/8 Replies/238 ViewsOriginal poster Metroid_Meister 69 posts
I'm trying to beat the drinking game for the Ubisoft Connect challenge. I see that a lot of people have beaten it. I can do the first and second drinks fine for the most part but when I get to the third I mess up and have to end it. I'm also doing it for the core challenge so I don't have to bet silver.
SpirantCrayon22 839 posts
It takes a little bit of practice. Grantebridge is a good place as it's only three drinking-horns. The actions to drink and steady Eivor are independent and could be done by two people more easily than one. I think the trick is to get comfortable with the rhythm of drinking and don't panic. I'd say there's not a lot of room for manoeuvre but even as a Gen X I can do this!
Outlander1982 123 posts
People have trouble doing drinking game ? It's just timing and go right or left when the game tell you to do so.
What part give you trouble ? Don't want to be a [censored] but I don't understand how people can have trouble with this minigame especially with a boomer gamer like me who can easily do it.
Ubisoft Support Staff Ubi-Woofer 1268 posts
Hey @Metroid_Meister! I've completed lots of the drinking games in Valhalla, so I'll do my best to offer some advice.
In essence, the drinking games follow a rhythmic pattern, with the speed you need to drink at increasing incrementally over time. Once you've got a hang of the frequency of inputs, you can then focus your attention on Eivor's body swaying, and correct that efficiently.
Being honest, after a while, I stopped focusing on the shrinking indicator for the drinking and focused on looking out for the warnings that Eivor was going to stumble, as these are irregular and unpredictable. So long as you can quickly input to move in the opposite direction when about to stumble, and keep your inputs for drinking consistent and at the correct speed, you should be able to win reliably.
Do you find that it is the timing you struggle with? The inputs themselves? Or is it the need to manage both the drinking and the keeping balance simultaneously?
davidtsmith333 44 posts
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