A few months after the indefatigable Eivor in Ireland’s green counters laid the tentative foundations for future world trade, he is given a new mission: to cross the Channel to stop the progress of these damned francs before their hunger for conquest does not urge them, push back the Vikings. The opportunity was too good to discover what had been called Paris a few centuries before the events of a certain unity …
When the Vikings of the colony spend happy days between two lootings and some burning churches, the Frankish threat reaches the ears of our fire warrior, who decides to concentrate solely on the territory of Charles III known as “The Fat”. Conflicts can be resolved through clever negotiations.
and The siege of Paris makes no secret of the conclusion that awaits the hooded diplomats, this new call from Assassin’s Creed Valhalla offers us a great opportunity to search counters with familiar names: between Melun, Aminois or the (sad) hurdy-gurdy of Evreux, we navigate in familiar territory , and it’s obvious that with the accent so open, we’ll be enjoying a new decor where each flower color defines a region. But despite those brightly colored beds, the extreme decline of some counters is accompanied by a remarkably dark and unsettling soundtrack that certainly stays on top, largely rising to the level of the main episode.
By the health of the king Louis VI
Charles III the fat
If the places want to be close enough to those of neighboring England, some new Frankish warriors offer a bit of a challenge, especially those damn horsemen who take the blows particularly well are on their horses. Happily, The siege of Paris
Blood flows under the Mirabeau Bridge
And the most amazing thing is that the The siege of Paris applies all his fascination to this saving return to basics: in order to achieve and begin the dialogue with Charles and his lieutenants, some generators must first be abolished, but the path to this is much more open than usual. As in Jerusalem in 2007, it is important to let your ears wander here and there, collect various hints and choose the best path. When the adventure obviously doesn’t come close to the heights of freedom of a Dishonored, the feeling of autonomy feels like a real breath of fresh air in a series that leads the players to the goalscorers way too quickly. We will then benefit even more from a home intrigue, between conjugal deception, carnal joys, and other enlightened followers (and therefore obviously ridiculous), before answering that eternal question: “Is Paris on fire?”