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Assassin's Creed Valhalla Crosses Over With UNO in New DLC

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  • Posted on 08th Apr, 2022 19:55 PM

A new Assassin's Creed Valhalla DLC releases for UNO, adding board game elements and exploration to the classic card game.

p>Despite recently passing its 50th anniversary, UNO continues to remain a popular card game. As avid players know, a good UNO game can be an exercise in frustration and hilarity, with house rules potentially adding to the drama.

While individuals playing unique takes on UNO with the base deck is a fairly common thing, unique UNO decks and mods also exist. One such version is now available, fusing Assassin's Creed Valhalla together with the classic card game.

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The UNO Valhalla crossover combines the existing UNO game with Assassin's Creed Valhalla DLC, similar to the recent Far Cry 6 UNO DLC crossover. Rather than simply adding images to the cards or some other sort of visual flair, the change shakes up gameplay considerably, adding in a board game element. Typically, UNO doesn't involve a board at all, and players simply take turns discarding whichever card they have in their hand that fits the color, number, or type of card most recently played. However, this version is tying in with a game all about exploring, so it makes sense to bring that element to the game. In keeping with the theme of Vikings exploring the globe, the board is gradually traversed as players take turns discarding their cards.

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According to the description, the game board allows players to gain special advantages over their competitors, like discarding multiple cards at once, or random event spots that change the way the game is played. The game also adds the unique Eivor’s Raven card, which gives players the major advantage of being able to move to any area of the game board at their leisure. A well-timed Eivor's Raven could potentially turn the tide of the battle just as easily as a Draw 4 or Skip can in traditional UNO games.

For big Assassin's Creed fans or UNO players who just want to refresh their gaming experience, this DLC looks like it'll add quite a bit of fun. The DLC is just $4.99 USD, which seems reasonable given the changes to the gameplay from standard UNO. The DLC is also coming out for the Nintendo Switch, bringing a small piece of the Valhalla experience to the handheld, since it isn't powerful enough to play the actual Assassin's Creed Valhalla.

Of course, the Nintendo Switch isn't entirely without the Assassin's Creed series, as it received the Ezio Collection recently. But for those who can't get enough of the Viking-centric Ubisoft game, the Asssasin's Creed Valhalla UNO DLC provides a bit of related fun, whether they're at home or on the go and away from their gaming PCs or consoles.

UNO Valhalla DLC is available now on Luna, PC, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, and Stadia.

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