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Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla Will Be Bigger Than Odyssey


It has become clear that with each new Assassin’s Creed installment, the world’s that players get to traverse are getting larger, with more to explore.

Some players have even considered the massive world map from the previous game Odyssey to be “too big for its own good”.

After Ubisoft’s head of communications for the Middle East Malek Teffaha stated that the new Assassin’s Creed Valhalla would be taking that criticism into account and would be a little smaller, it seems they backtracked on those words somewhat.

Apparently that exact tweet was actually deleted.

Valhalla’s producer Julien Laferrière has said that the game’s map is actually going to be bigger than Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’s Ancient Greece map.

Julien Laferrière stated in a video interview that all of England, a large area of Norway, and some other secret locations will make up the map, so it will end up being slightly bigger than what we saw in Odyssey.


“Become Eivor, a Viking raider raised to be a fearless warrior, and lead your clan from icy desolation in Norway to a new home amid the lush farmlands of ninth-century England. Find your settlement and conquer this hostile land by any means to earn a place in Valhalla.
England in the age of the Vikings is a fractured nation of petty lords and warring kingdoms. Beneath the chaos lies a rich and untamed land waiting for a new conqueror; will it be you? Lead epic raids, engage in visceral combat, grow your settlement, write your Viking saga”
– AC Valhalla website.

Assassin’s creed Valhalla will be out later this year for the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox series X, PC, and Stadia.

Until then all we can do is sit and wait for information to come in about this exciting and highly anticipated new Viking-themed game.