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Don’t get us wrong. Everyone loves Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, but the real question is that how better the game/worse the game is from its predecessor. Valhalla maybe new but there are still a lot of things that Assassin’s Creed Odyssey does better than its successor. Let us find out what those are.

Voice Acting

In Odyssey, many players prefer Kassandra to Alexios since the former has a better voice actor. The game did, however, have a strong cast in general, who came across as highly nuanced individuals thanks to the authenticity of their voices. In this regard, Valhalla suffered from a lacklustre execution, making Odyssey stand out even more. The latter’s success lay in the fact that each character was flawlessly spoken, resulting in a seamless experience within the context of the plot.

Skill Tree

In Valhalla, this point was butchered. So much so that many people would be willing to overlook the details and enhance anything just for the sake of it. Odyssey piqued one’s curiosity in this section because the weapons found may be modified to give the game a true edge. Odyssey’s skill tree wasn’t as complicated as Valhalla’s. Plus, it was of such a way that didn’t lose the player’s interest.

Eagle Vision

One of the weakest aspects of the current Assassin’s Creed games is the transition to genuine eagle vision. It was especially bad in Valhalla, where the vision was nearly unusable and the most tedious aspect of the game. At the very least, Odyssey kept this component of the storey alive. In this game, the eagle vision was essential for tracking down important sites and people. This saves a lot of time that would have otherwise been wasted attempting to find the exact location.

Set Pieces

The authenticity of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey contributes to its overall quality. The settings make full use of the period setting. It provides us with landmarks and renowned locales to explore and immerse ourselves in. One can find numerous Easter eggs throughout the game. While there were certain spots that appeared to be the same, the many unique areas inside major cities readily overshadowed this repetition.

Graphics (ironic)

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla did, without a question, replicate some of the series’ faults, but it did improve on the storytelling side. Rather than continuing the saga, this game tied together earlier plots to provide a satisfying finale. It also gave the Isu some much-needed context, which had been missing for a long time.

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