Valhalla Hills comes to Xbox One in early 2017
Valhalla Hills is a strategy based game where you play as Odin’s youngest son, Leko. The premise of the game has players venturing across different types of terrain in an epic journey that has Valhalla as its destination. Leko’s affinity for building instead of destroying has players creating beautiful little settlements made from the 35 available buildings and leading a band of outcast Vikings towards redemption.
Players will venture across mountain tops and caves alike, across snowy terrain as well as sandy places, and battle with different types of beasts and ill-wishers. The game will have players not just look after themselves, but for their outcast friends as well. Leko must feed and equip the Viking warriors helping him on his journey while maintaining protection of the settlement and not only. This ensures that players will always have a challenge ahead of them and will keep them alert. You never know when an ice giant can march in and eat your Vikings.
The game features two DLC offerings in the form of “Sand of the Damned” and “Fire Mountains” and the maps that players will have to master are randomly generated, meaning that it’s not that easy to get bored with a particular location in Valhalla Hills.
Xbox One players will be able to grab this entertaining title starting January 27th of 2017 if they live in Europe, while players in North America will have to wait until the 28th of the same month to get a taste of the Viking experience.
Valhalla Hills: Definite Edition has released a trailer that showcases what people can expect from game, such as the cool features that will be available and the perils that await those who embark on this journey to Valhalla.
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