Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Facts: Total Kills & More

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A year ago, Ubisoft released Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, the new installment in the assassins saga. We travel to the Viking world, a time when control of medieval England was not yet defined. The adventure starring Eivor has given players many hours, something that is well reflected in the statistics that Ubisoft has shared. In total, the number of deaths has been 28,655,028,898, but there is much more.

In the role of an assassin, Eivor has raised his weapon against numerous opponents. If we count all those who have fallen under his hand we will discover that up to 2,909,779,176 have succumbed to the edge of his sword, his ax or any of his weapons.

Animus desynchronizations generally translate into the death of our protagonist. According to official figures, there are 524,892,993 total desynchronizations, of which 70% correspond to death in combat. 8% of them are due to the clumsiness of falling from some other high place, while 6% has a lot to do with fire and burning like a bonzo.

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Other data of interest

More data? 50 million users have taken photos in Photo Mode, 290 million forays have been made, 24 million Animus anomalies have been made, 75.4 million Orlog games have been played (51% won!) and 80.5 million drinking challenges. In this case, the win rate is slightly higher. The infographic also shows the players’ favorite weapons, the most used skills, and more.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PC, and Google Stadia. The game has just been updated with new features in the form of content. In addition to the Tombs of the Fallen, the Oskoreia Festivities: Odin’s Wild Hunt, a temporary event, have been inaugurated.

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Source | Ubisoft


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