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Watching the gameplay MMO ODIN: Valhalla Rising, you’ve seen this many times

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This week is a holiday in South Korea: the MMORPG ODIN: Valhalla Rising is out on smartphones. We described how to download the game on Android here. Now let’s look at the gameplay from those who have already tried out the project. The first thing that I would like to note is thematic and Nordic music. The graphics are realistic thanks to Unreal Engine 4, horses and other mounts have separate fur. The hair of the local residents is very “pomaded”. The dialogues are voiced, while the animation of the NPC is reminiscent of Mass Effect Andromeda: they speak through you, and their movements were clearly not taken from the mockup.

The combat system is interesting. Yes, it is directional, while you feel every blow thanks to the hero’s strong swings, visual and audio effects. By the way, at the start, all players beat pets. The interface is laconic, there is an auto-completion of quests and small flights on griffins.

For the daily entrance, newcomers are given rewards, plus there are “special offers”. ODIN: Valhalla Rising is due out in Taiwan and then worldwide. Subscribe to find out the latest news.

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