Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

Assassin's Creed Valhalla Box Art

Norse-themed Assassin’s Creed Valhalla brings raiding, settlement building, and more advanced RPG elements to the franchise. The game’s story centers around Eivor, a fierce viking raider and member of the Assassins, who alongside his or her clan sails from the harsh Norway in search of richer lands. Arriving on the shores of England, Eivor’s clan establishes a village that will prosper and grow as a consequence of the player’s efforts. From this settlement the Vikings can launch brutal raids against Saxon fortresses throughout the lands.

While Valhalla is a single player game, it does have some online components. For example, it is possible to create and share custom mercenaries that can then be recruited by the player’s friends and fight alongside them in their campaign.

Pre-order Bonuses

Assassin's Creed Valhalla - Bonus Mission

Pre-order Assassin’s Creed Valhalla to receive a bonus mission, The Way of the Berserker, that involves Eivor joining a legendary Norse Berserker in his quest for revenge. This applies to the standard edition as well as all the special editions detailed below.

As is often the case, there are retailer-exclusive bonuses too:

  • GameStop: double-sided collectible poster featuring art by Bosslogic

Assassin's Creed Valhalla - Bosslogic Poster at GameStop

  • Amazon: the standard edition pre-order is discounted to $49.94
  • Walmart: the standard edition pre-order is discounted to $49.94
  • Best Buy: $10 in reward certificates

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Gold Edition ($99.99)

Assassin's Creed Valhalla - Gold Edition

The Gold Edition pairs the full Assassin’s Creed Valhalla game with a Season Pass. Expect new content, lands, and gear.

Gold Edition SteelBook ($109.99)

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla - Gold SteelBook Edition

The retail Gold SteelBook Edition includes the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla game, Season Pass, and a Gold SteelBook case.

Ultimate Edition ($119.99)

Assassin's Creed Valhalla - Ultimate Edition

Another $10 higher is the digital Ultimate Edition. On top of the full game, it comes with the following:

  • Season Pass
  • Ultimate Pack:
    • Beserker Gear Pack
    • Beserker Settlement Pack
    • Beserker Longship Pack
    • Set of Runes

Ultimate Edition SteelBook ($129.99)

Assassin's Creed Valhalla - Ultimate SteelBook Edition

The Ultimate SteelBook Edition simply adds a SteelBook case on top of the aforementioned content:

  • Season Pass
  • Ultimate Pack:
    • Beserker Gear Pack
    • Beserker Settlement Pack
    • Beserker Longship Pack
    • Set of Runes
  • SteelBook Case

Unlike the previous editions, it is exclusive to GameStop in the US. (If you make a purchase through this link, we may get a share of the sale.)

Collector’s Edition ($199.99)

Assassin's Creed Valhalla - Collector's Edition

As is tradition, we also have a $200 Collector’s Edition that includes the game itself, all the content mentioned so far, and a plethora of collectibles:

  • Season Pass
  • Ultimate Pack:
    • Beserker Gear Pack
    • Beserker Settlement Pack
    • Beserker Longship Pack
    • Set of Runes
  • 30cm Ubicollectibles female Eivor figurine
  • 5cm Viking Statuette of Eivor
  • Ubisoft Store Exclusive Steelbook
  • 3 Lithographs
  • Game Soundtrack
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Exclusive Box

Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla is scheduled to launch November 17, 2020 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Stadia, and the PC, which will be exclusive to Epic Games Store and Uplay. The game is also coming to next-gen consoles Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 this holiday season. Thanks to Microsoft’s Smart Delivery program, owners of Valhalla on Xbox One will be able to play it on Xbox Series X for free.

Comments

  • LiamRobertsIsAShill's avatar
    LiamRobertsIsAShill
    April 30, 2020 at 20:21

    Ubisoft is one of the most insane publishers on the planet.
    Not only do you have a “million” different editions for the game, there are different/exclusive DIGITAL preorder bonuses, and on top of all that, certain physical editions/preorder bonuses are exclusive to a specific country and/or retailer!

    Bethesda is getting this way, too. All of these game publishers have gone stupidly insane.

    • LiamRobersIsAShill's avatar
      LiamRobersIsAShill
      May 1, 2020 at 22:32

      Btw, I’m NOT hating on people who do like the series/willing to spend top dollar on A.C, but I am concerned that Ubisoft is making things more complicated than it needs to be. A simple “preorder this game (the standard edition) to get a steelbook + DLC, and/or just one, nice Collector’s Edition” is really all they need!

      • Anonymous's avatar
        Anonymous
        May 2, 2020 at 21:51

        This isn’t even the full thing though. They region lock different “editions”, and most of the time the U.S get the lackluster versions. I remember for A.C II they has the $200/$300 versions overseas, but all the U.S got were the “gold” editions only available at Gamestop. I think the original A.C had 4 different special editions but U.S didnt get even one

        • Anonymous's avatar
          Anonymous
          May 7, 2020 at 17:23

          The us is always getting the best physical preorder bonuses in the world. Europe always gets fewer – and worse bonuses. What you say is not (complete) true.

      • Anonymous's avatar
        Anonymous
        May 4, 2020 at 23:11

        Eh, just buy the ultimate 120$ version at launch or on sale for $35 at a later date. You can usually buy their preorder bonuses later or unlock them with Uplay points later anyways. I recommend renting the game for a play through and buying ultimate in a sale for cheaper price later.

        • LiamRobersIsAShill's avatar
          LiamRobersIsAShill
          May 9, 2020 at 22:31

          True.
          If there’s one good thing about Ubisoft games – the Collector’s, Gold, etc. editions are usually in abundance, even years after the game has since launched.

  • Anonymous's avatar
    Anonymous
    May 22, 2020 at 07:06

    im confusion

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