- Orlog from Assassin's Creed: Valhalla will be getting a physical release;
- The game appeared on Kickstarter and very quickly exceeded the target amount;
- The game will be released in two versions.
Assassin's Creed: Valhalla offers players a myriad of activities. Most of them involve swinging swords, axes or shooting arrows. Among them, however, there are a few that enable us to take a break from constant combat. One of the most popular is Orlog, a dice game, in which we can check ourselves in every larger settlement. Soon we'll be able to play it outside of medieval England.
All thanks to PureArts, which, in cooperation with Ubisoft, is working on a physical version of the game. It has already hit Kickstarter and very quickly exceeded the required threshold of CA$ 75 thousand. Currently, the collection is close to obtaining as much as CA $350 thousand from pledges. This clearly shows the popularity of Orlog among Valhalla fans.
The physical set will include all the elements known from the digital version. In the box we'll find special dice, stones representing HP, god cards offering various bonuses and tokens, which we'll use to activate them. The creators have also prepared "bowls" in which we'll throw the dice.
Thanks to crossing subsequent funding targets, some of the aforementioned elements have been improved for the final release. The stones will be real, and in the set you will also find a metal coin to help decide the priority of games, as well as special bags with Assassin's Creed logo. Further support of the project may allow for the introduction of luminescent dice and a table to help organize tournaments.
Physical Orlog will cost 35 dollars plus shipping costs. The biggest fans of the game may be tempted by its special version. The creators have prepared an edition in which, in addition to the box with the game, we get a replica of Eivor's horn and a game mat. The cost of such a set is 199 dollars.
PureArts plans to start shipping the game in December this year. It's worth mentioning that this is a company which has long been cooperating with various studios in the production of collectible gadgets. It is responsible for designing figures associated with brands such as Cyberpunk 2077, Resident Evil, and Terminator.