Well, now that Assassin’s Creed has gone full Viking mode with the release of AC: Valhalla, players are now eager to know what will they be rewarded with while playing it.
The list of achievements for AC: Valhalla have just been revealed
With only a week left until the official release of Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla fans are eager to test it out, especially since it is also coming for the Xbox Series X|S, as well as the Xbox One.
With so much action and exploration being promised in this latest entry, one could only wonder how Ubisoft plans on rewarding the players for their effort.
Well, it seems that all of the achievements have been revealed, and we will be showing you in the table below, except for the ones that would cause spoilers story-wise.
|Achievement name||Conditions that need to be met||Point value|
|Rampage||Complete your first raid in England||10|
|It’s Alive!||Create a Jomsviking||10|
|Tranquility||Complete a Standing Stone puzzle||10|
|Equilibrium||Complete 3 Cairn challenges||10|
|Old School Treasure Hunt||Collect 5 Treasure Hoard rewards||20|
|Skadi’s Hobby||Perform a 150m slide in the snow||10|
|Witch Hunter||Defeat one Daughter of Lerion||20|
|Equine Attack||Assassinate an enemy from your horse||10|
|Silent Viking||Assassinate 10 enemies in a row without triggering a conflict||10|
|Everyday Life||Complete 10 World Events||10|
|Overdesign II||While on fire during a fight, kill 3 hard difficulty soldiers without breaking their shields||30|
|Completionist All the Way!||Complete all territories||30|
|Row Rage||Ram and destroy 5 boats in under 2 minutes with your longship||20|
|We’re in the End Game Now||Reach Power 280||30|
|Builder||Reach settlement level 3||20|
|Home Sweet Home||Reach settlement level 6||30|
|Home Decor||Place an item on each settlement cosmetic spot||20|
|Not the Norse You’re Looking For||Successfully pass close to a guard in a distrust area by blending with a group of monks||20|
|Face My Might!||Equip 8 abilities||20|
|Ultimate Refinement||Fully upgrade and enhance a piece of gear||30|
|Flying Eivor||Get thrown 30 meters away by a destroyer or a housecarl||20|
|Twinkle Twinkle||Release a firefly in your settlement||10|
|Archaeologist||Complete all Roman collector challenges||20|
|Orlog Champion||Beat all the Orlog players||20|
|Good Catch!||Catch a fish of each type using the fishing line||20|
|Full Mastery||Spend your first Mastery point||30|
|Is There Anybody Out There?||Light the unlit braziers on Hadrian’s Wall||10|
|Slam Master||Complete all the flytings||30|
|Master Hunter||Defeat all Alpha animals||30|
|Dreamcatcher||Destroy 10 Curse Symbols||20|
As you can see, the achievements incentivize the player to try pretty much anything, from trying a variety of assassination methods, to rewarding the player for exploring the world or building a settlement.
All in all, this is just another way of showcasing how elaborate the game is, from both a size and complexity point-of-view.
What achievement do you think you’ll get first?
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This post was written by Teodor Nechita and was first posted to WindowsReport