Assassin’s Creed is a video game. Valhalla has already had some great mods. Here are a few of the best of the best.
The long-running Assassin’s Creed series from Ubisoft has a new game called Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla. The player goes back in time to the time of the Vikings and takes on the part of Eivor, a Viking warrior who meets the Assassin’s Guild, which was called the Order of the Hidden Ones back then.
Even though Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla is fun and interesting for a lot of people, no game is perfect. The hacking community comes in when a game needs a little something extra to make it more to a player’s personal taste. Modding can do a lot for players, like make the game look better, change how it’s played, or even add a whole new brand to it.
Eivor’s Wardrobe Lets Players Wear NPC Outfits
If players have ever felt like the NPCs are better dressed than them while going around in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Eivor’s Wardrobe can fix all of their problems. This mod, made by QuilLeeR, lets the player dress Eivor in dozens of outfits worn by NPCs in the game.
From the rich robes of King Alfred the Great, who is also one of the hardest kings to start as in Crusader Kings 3, to druid outfits with antlers, this mod gives players much more control over how they look than the base game. Since one of the main ideas in Assassin’s Creed games is to fit in with the crowd, this mod makes perfect sense in the story.
Weapon Mesh Swaps
The Weapon Mesh Swaps mod by rider735 is purely for looks and lets the player change how guns look to suit their tastes. Players can choose from a huge number of historical and fantasy-themed weapon meshes without changing the stats of their weapons.
This is true for all kinds of weapons, including swords, axes, sickles, spears, and even shields and guns. Most of the meshes come from non-player characters, so if a player sees an NPC with something they want, this mod should let them take it.
100 Complete Maximum Level Save File
Modern games can be hard to finish all the way, and not everyone wants to spend hundreds of hours just to get their best items. Thanks to the 100 Complete Maximum Level Save File mod, players can skip the hard part of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
With this mod, every part of the game is done. Some players might want to download a save file like this for many different reasons. Since it is a single-player game, there are no bad things for other people.
Eivor Enhanced Muscles Makes The Hero A Jacked Viking Warrior
This is another mod that focuses on looks. The Eivor Enhanced Muscles mod by skylightglare, Makacha, and ilikedetectives makes both the male and female Eivor’s muscles look more defined and detailed. Even though Eivor was already a big fighter in Valhalla, this mod turns them into Viking warrior heroes who are really ripped. This mod, like the last one, needs the Forger Patch Manager to work right in the game.
Assassin’s Creed games sometimes try to be realistic (to a certain extent), but it’s hard to deny that it’s fun to make your Viking hero look like he could bench press a couple of longboats. There do seem to be a lot of problems with this mod, so there is a help on how to fix them on the page for the mod.
Remove Startup Logos Boots The Game Up Quicker
This is a pretty popular mod for PC games, and it’s also pretty easy to understand. When someone starts a game, they usually want to get into it as soon as possible, without having to watch a bunch of cinematics that talk about the companies that made the game and the port.
The Remove Startup Logos mod does exactly what the name says it does. It gets rid of about 90 seconds of title animations and replaces them with three seconds of black screen, so the player can get into Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla even faster. This mod was made by user Dolby1021 on Nexus.
Replace Assassinations With A Gnome For The Glory Of Gnome
You just want a gnome sometimes. You just have to have a gnome sometimes. The only thing that will do is a gnome. That’s a feeling of sympathy that everyone can understand. There is a mod that lets you have a gnome in Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, so that’s good news.
Replace Assassinations with a Gnome is the name of the mod, which was made by Nexus Mod user Fappelsapman. The only problem with this mod is that the description doesn’t say exactly what a gnome replaces. The title makes it sound like it replaces the assassination animations with a full-screen picture of this gnome, but the description makes it sound like the gnome actually replaces the Ubisoft and Nvidia credit screens from boot-up. In either case, this mod is good.
Hide This Removes Distracting Visuals From The Player Experience
This mod doesn’t make big changes to the game’s gameplay or story, but it does change how Flappy Bird looks. Tholwin, a Nexus Mod user, made the Hide This mod, which takes off Eivor’s empty sheaths and other players’ Jomsvikings’ masks. Players may also know about the Jomsvikings from the great cartoon Vinland Saga.
Even when Eivor isn’t using a second weapon or a bow, the sheaths for both are still on his back. This is a small thing, but some people might find it annoying. It also takes off the face masks that other Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla players have made for the Jomsviking members that Eivor can gather.
Fix Cutscenes Ultrawide Improves The Visual Fidelity
This is a fix for Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla‘s movies’ resolution. The cutscenes weren’t made for ultra-widescreen monitors, but modder WT3WD fixed this mistake with the Fix Cutscenes Ultrawide mod, which changes the cutscenes to fit ultra-widescreen displays.
This seems like an easy mod, but when cutscenes that are meant to feel like movies don’t fit right on a computer screen, it can be annoying and distracting. After all, many people like to get lost in historical RPGs, and even small mistakes can take them out of the world.
Wanderer’s Tale Makes Valhalla A Grimmer And Darker Place
This mod is a re-shade for the images that makes Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla look darker and more gritty. The story of Valhalla is dark and brutal, so it makes sense that the game’s graphics should reflect that. Crussong, a modder, made the Wanderer’s Tale mod with this in mind.
Crussong says in the description that this re-shade was inspired by both the TV show Vikings and the style of games from FromSoftware that are known for being dark. The screenshot shows that Crussong did a great job of catching the feeling of this place.
PureClarity_Reshade Is Another Vivid Reshading Of Valhalla
This is another re-shading mod like the Wanderer’s Tale mod, but this one gives the player three different re-shading modes to choose from. Each one is meant to change how the game looks without slowing it down.
The user Subject195 sent us this mod. It lets you choose between reshading that is more neutral, more dramatic, or more saturated. This is pretty cool in general, because most re-shading mods only change one thing about the way the game looks, but Subject 195 gives players three different looks to choose from.
Tattoos And More Touches Up The Tattoos From The Game
The Tattoos and More Mod is something that Nexus Mod user QuiLeeR is still working on. It needs version 2.10 of the Forger Patch Manager. It seems to want to do more than what is currently in the mod, but as of right now, it only has six tattoos that all seem to be inspired in some way by those worn by the best fighters in the TV show Vikings.
Its present tattoos are Hjarta, the Norse Emblem, Sigrdrifumal, Midgar, the Mjolnir Sign, and the Hel Sign. Each of these tattoos is a little different from the others, and they all just look cool.
Full Body Tattoo Editor Allows Complete Tattoo Control
In keeping with the tattoo theme, user Sniper007136 made the Full Body Tattoo Editor. This mod lets the player change all of Eivor’s tattoo images. Depending on which version of the mod you use, you can replace the Hel Sign tattoo or the Vegvisir tattoo. To give Eivor the tattoo they want, the player just adds their own image to the mod folder.
Many players want this level of power over how their characters look. Especially in games that don’t stick too closely to the real history of the time period. If players care more about being true to history, they can play these games with the most realistic historical scenes.
The Eivor Customizer is a mod for Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla that adds a whole new level of customization so that the player can make their dream Eivor. It’s possible that it’s the most comprehensive Eivor customization mod for the game. This mod comes from user Hypermorphic, and it needs another mod from Hypermorphic called Forger Patch Manager.
This mod gives the player full control over Eivor’s look, including his hairstyle, hair color, body shape, body proportions, skin tone, head-to-body ratio, facial presets, and many more. This is a very complete mod that has no trouble making this list.
You can play Assassin’s Creed Valhalla on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S right now.