The end is nigh.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Dawn of Ragnarok is the biggest expansion in series history. Ubisoft’s been feeding us that marketing bullet point for months, and having played it for ourselves, it’s safe to say that the French publisher wasn’t lying. It took us roughly 33 hours to complete everything that Dawn of Ragnarok has to offer, which includes a lengthy story campaign, a number of optional activities, side quests, and your usual open world map markers, which lead to equipment and loot. It’s a chunky DLC, to say the least.
A quick overview to get this review started: Dawn of Ragnarok takes place almost entirely within the mythological ‘dream’ world that forms the backbone of Valhalla’s lore. You play as Odin — or Havi, as they’re commonly referred to — as you embark on a desperate quest to rescue your son, Baldr, from the clutches of fire giants. It’s a tale that’s plucked almost directly from Norse myth, with some creative touches here and there to ensure that everything fits the game’s storytelling blueprint.
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