Ubisoft shared statistics on playing Assassin’s Creed Valhalla in the first year and confirmed that the players are more Vikings than Assassins.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla turned its first year of existence yesterday. We’ve heard before that the game is insanely popular and is among the top ten most played titles on the PlayStation 5 console. Now, Ubisoft has revealed statistics about the game itself in those one year.
The most interesting are the data on the number of defeated opponents. He was killed in total 28.6 billion opponents, when the results of all players are calculated. Of that, 2.9 billion assassin-style kills, that is, a hidden blade, are imperceptible and quiet. That is just under 10% of the total eliminations, now contradicting the name of the game itself. In translation, out of 10 eliminated enemies, players kill only one silently.
Players recorded a total of 524.8 million deaths, of which 77% in combat, 8% from falls and 6% from fires. What the other 9% of players died from – we will never know.
Not surprisingly in the context of other statistics, raids are the most popular activity in Valhalla. About 290 million organized robberies have been carried out so far. In the second place of activity is flyting, ie a mini-game of outwitting through verses. This is followed by a mini-game of drinking alcohol and the gambling game Orlog.
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