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We've been waiting with baited breath for the first major expansion for Assassin's Creed Valhalla by way of Wrath of the Druids, having lived it up in pagan Xmas and Easter to tide us over. So does it stack up to the lofty heights set within the base game?

Well, this snippet will tease you with an answer:
Ireland’s rabbit hole history is an interesting one, not too unlike that of the vikings. Most information we know in modernity stems from stories and traditions that live on, mostly, as oral in origin, and therefore open to accuracy conjecture. But as with any fiction, there’s magic and mayhem that stems from this unsteady stream of knowledge and Ubisoft has seen fit to explore the story of Ireland, a land seeded in mystery, fae, wylds, magic and worlds beyond worlds to its fantastical fullest. And Wrath of the Druids’ entire narrative arc is woven from this history with poetic license thrown in, and it’s honestly one of the best reasons to jump in, if you’re not already nestling into brook somewhere by way of Valhalla’s Season Pass.
The full answer, however, lies in clicking right here for our full review.

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