Ready to roll the dice even live?
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla continues to be played by a multitude of people, as it is the latest and most successful chapter in the Ubisoft franchise.
The Eivor adventure is in fact a very successful game, able to receive content for a long time to come.
Just think of a Year 2 of expansions and special content that will make the gaming experience even more full-bodied and, consequently, long-lived.
All without counting that we are already starting to talk about the next Assassin’s Creed Infinity (title not yet official), recently defined as a real evolving platform.
Now, the success of Valhalla has allowed the opening of a crowdfunding campaign dedicated to a real version of the Orlog game (via PCGames ).
What is it about? Simple: Orlog is a strategy-based dice game and obviously a bit of luck on the part of the players.
The game table is divided into two distinct areas, one for each player: the first of these to roll the dice will be chosen by simply tossing a coin.
Once the six dice have been rolled, the participant in turn can choose how many to keep and how many to raise (there will be three raises available for each player).
The final goal is obviously to defeat the other participant, taking away all life marked by 15 small stones placed near the playing field.
PureArts has now opened a Kickstarter for an official version of the Orlog, reproduced down to the smallest detail.
The campaign arrived on the platform today and surpassed its funding goal and reached the astonishing US $ 160,000.
The official board game dedicated to Orlog is scheduled to be released in December of this year.
Did you also read someone explained why Assassin’s Creed II is a really badly aged game?
And that Ubisoft has decided to offer Assassin’s Creed Valhalla players a free tribute from the first chapter of the assassin franchise?
Finally, do not miss a video comparison between the adventure of Eivor and another famous episode of the saga much loved by fans.