Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s Orlog Is Now Real, And Costs $199
If you ever wanted to play Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s Orlog (a dice-based tabletop game that didn’t really exist in history but still rules) with your buddy in real life, worry no more: PureArts has you covered. All you have to do now is order this official game set for $199 while it’s still available.
First announced back in November, the real-life version of Orlog is finally here. PureArts now sells Orlog Deluxe Edition, officially licensed by Ubisoft. The pack contains all you need to enjoy this fun and simple dice game: a carved wood storage case, wooden dice bowls, real polished stones, golden metal tokens, wooden God Favor cards, and many more.
Thanks to its premium authenticity and high-quality materials, this version of Orlog will undoubtedly become a valuable asset to every Assassin’s Creed Valhalla fan collection. In addition, Orlog is simple enough to be learned by any person in about five to ten minutes, but that doesn’t make the game any less interesting or thrilling to play and master. You can check the special trailer for this incredibly beautiful set by PureArts right here:
So, what are the pitfalls here? There are two, really. Number one: there are only 500 units of this Orlog Deluxe Edition available, with each unit of the set individually numbered. This probably means you should hurry if you want to grab one for yourself. Number two: due to licensing restrictions, the game is only available for North and South America and can’t be shipped to other regions.
If you can’t afford this gorgeous set due to above mentioned issues, you can still enjoy Orlog in the game, of course. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has recently received its first expansion pack Wrath of the Druids, sending players to Ireland. You can read the most Irish review on the web right here, and learn how well the developers at Ubisoft are familiar with contemporary Irish culture.
Previously Ubisoft revealed Valhalla is about to get the “biggest, longest, strongest post-launch strategy” in the series’ history, once again sparking rumors about the mysterious third DLC pack codenamed “Meteor.” The company is yet to announce its post-launch plans for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla beyond the Season Pass, which includes Wrath of the Druids and The Siege of Paris.
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