A new Trophy list for Assassin's Creed Valhalla has popped up on PlayStation servers, coinciding with the release of the game's Forgotten Saga DLC. Said DLC will arrive as a free update on the 2nd August (that's tomorrow at the time of writing!) and offers a whole new adventure that sees Odin invade the realms of the dead.
The Forgotten Saga is something of a rogue-lite experience, where you'll have to fight randomised enemy hordes, loot increasingly powerful equipment, and take down dangerous-looking bosses. Dying will send you back to the beginning of Odin's journey, but you'll be able to retain certain aspects from your previous run in order to make things progressively easier.
This DLC has always sounded quite impressive in terms of scope, and the Trophies support that theory. There are nine trinkets in all --- four silver and five bronze — and they task you with fulfilling various challenges as you cause chaos throughout Niflheim. You can find the full Trophy list by clicking here, but please be wary of potential spoilers.
Again, The Forgotten Saga is releasing as a free update. You don't need to own any of Valhalla's paid expansions to access it — you just need the base game.
Are you going to be running The Forgotten Saga? Grab your preferred weapon in the comments section below.
Trophy after trophy after trophy... this game never ends
It’s strange, but the bigger the game gets the less eager I am to play it. It’s basically play this or play 5 other games with a greater variety…can’t fault them for giving this free though.
Say what you will about Valhalla and Ubi but they sure have supported this game hard. The free content has been really substantial as well, i wish Odyssey got this treatment because while i really like Valhalla its no where near the level of Odyssey.
@WallyWest Glad to hear someone else say it, odessey doesnt get a lot of love, yet I feel its the best of their open world designs, and not by a small amount.
Im afraid I quit vallhalla after about 90 hours, which is normally just about getting going for me (230 in odessey for me, over 300 for my wife.
Im delighted at the level of support ubi are giving vallhalla, its really commendable. I just dont enjoy the game, and part of me regrets that.
@Titntin I couldn’t agree more. I really connected with Odyssey, partly because of all the Bulfinch's I read as a kid, and partly because I enjoyed playing as Kassandra. I finished Valhalla, and had a lot of fun in Merrie Olde, but it felt a bit gloomy and dour at times, which of course fits the Viking theme to a T.
I’m pretty burnt out on Valhalla so can’t see myself playing this any time soon. Saying that, I am currently replaying AC Origins thanks to the recent 60fps patch.
@Titntin Odyssey's in my top 10 games ever made and Kassandra is one of my favourite characters in VG. Valhalla i feel is really good but its just way too bloated and the structure of how they tell the story leads to some pretty bad pacing. All that said i'm 300 hours deep, still play it and i play all the new stuff as well as buy a lot of the store armour and weapons so Valhalla must be doing something right for me 😂
Valhalla is one of the first games I have just abandoned due to the sheer size of it with seemingly no end in sight.
In the time it would take me to 100% it, i could complete 6-10 games.
I have several games thanks to PS Plus Extra but lack time
This game is way over saturated. How about a proper old style AC game not just pumping out content for this one rpg.
@OthmaneAD some of these packs like dor should have had a separate trophy list and a platinum. Make them more worthwhile. If they are gonna charge for dawn of ragnarok as a separate expansion then it should have its own list with its own platinum. Like monster hunter iceborne did.
Valhallas been an absolute pleasure to play. Even after every DLC, I find myself wishing I took more time to enjoy it. These days it's so easy to just rush through content. This game reconnected me with the pure joy of just playing. I find excuses to not get to the end of the saga, even after 300 hours.
Pretty sure this has been the test bed for Infinity.
Shut up and take my money
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