Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla is the most recent installment in Ubisoft’s extensive Assassin’s Creed series. The player assumes the character of Eivor, a Viking warrior who crosses paths with the Assassin’s Guild, formerly known as the Order of the Hidden Ones, in this one.
No game is flawless, regardless of how entertaining and engaging Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla may be for many gamers. Occasionally, a player’s own preferences need a game to be modified, and this is where the modding community comes in. Whether it’s a cosmetic enhancement, a change in gameplay, or the addition of a whole new franchise, modding can accomplish a lot for users. This is the subject of the current list, which ranks the greatest Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla modifications. All Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla modifications mentioned are available on Nexus Mods.
1) Eivor Customizer
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla rises to the task of addressing gaming immersion with character customization, which is seen as essential in current RPGs. Nonetheless, some players may find the character customization possibilities to be limited or even limiting.
Eivor Customizer is a mod that expands the choices of the protagonist’s appearance elements, hence enhancing the customisation experience. It needs the installation of the Forger Patch Manager mod. In addition to new haircuts, hair colors, and beard styles with more customization options, this mod adds new skin tones, face presets, changeable body proportions, and a great deal more. While it encourages total control over Eivor’s look, players should anticipate a variety of unintended side consequences when making alterations that would otherwise be unavailable. These might range from haircuts that clip through clothing to skin tones that are poorly portrayed.
2) Mesh Weapon Swaps
The Weapon Mesh Swaps ability enables players to change the look of their weapons. This mod provides far greater customisation of the look of the player character than the main game does. Using this mod, you may change your blade with a flashier in-game model or your shield with a less dazzling one; the choices are endless.
A player may even exchange a weapon for one of completely another sort. If you’re feeling daring, replace the model with a full-sized firearm. The findings seem bizarre.
3) Eivor Enhanced Muscles Makes The Hero A Jacked Viking Warrior
This is another aesthetic-focused modification. The Eivor Enhanced Muscles mod by skylight glare, Makacha, and ilikedetectives improves the muscular details and prominence of Eivor, both male and female variants. This patch transforms Eivor, who was already a huge warrior in Valhalla, into a genuinely ripped Viking warrior hero. Similar to the previous mod, this one needs the Forger Patch Manager for the game to run correctly.
While Assassin’s Creed games occasionally (to a degree) strive for realism, there is indeed an allure to transforming one’s Viking hero into a genuinely shredded physique capable of bench-pressing a couple of longboats. On the mod’s website is a troubleshooting guide, since there seem to be numerous bugs with this specific mod.
4) Unlimited Exotic Resource – DLC Wrath of the Druids
Our is the only genuine cheat on this list, but it is an excellent one. Additional access to certain difficult-to-craft armor sets! Unlimited Exotic Resource grants the player access to an inexhaustible supply of a variety of gaming resources. These resources include, among other things, luxury, apparel, texts, and delicacies.
As stated in our prior mod lists, time drains in single-player games are not among our favourite things. (However, I like grinding in MMOs.) If you appreciate them, you should avoid this modification. This mod is compatible with the basic game, not only the downloadable content.
5) Fix Cutscenes Ultrawide
Some of the important events in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla depend on in-game cinematics to improve the level of narrative execution and enhance the gaming experience, despite the fact that the game’s narrative is not entirely conveyed via cutscenes. The more consistent the performance, the better the outcomes, although players with ultrawide displays are at a disadvantage.
This problem is addressed with the Fix Cutscene Ultrawide patch, which modifies the resolution of cutscenes to accommodate ultrawide displays. The patch enhances the visual quality of a total of eight resolutions, five for players with a 21:9 monitor aspect ratio and three for those with a 32:9 monitor aspect ratio.
6) Level 400 Let’s The Player Become A Truly Powerful Viking Warrior
Occasionally, you want to be at the highest level without having to struggle for many hours. This approach may not be approved by others, but your time is yours to do with as you wish. We’re not here to pass judgment.
Here comes the Level 400 mod into play. It is a save file for Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla that provides a Level 400 save file. Technically, the maximum level is 409, but Eivor has enough skill points at Level 400 to cover the whole skill tree. The credit for this one goes to Nexus Mod user Luke24680.
7) Full Body Tattoo Editor
The tattoos of a game’s protagonist are their signature. (The parallels to God of War remain.) Full Body Tattoo Editor enables customization of Eivor’s back, front, arms, and head tattoos. There are an infinite number of options for bespoke textures.
We threw together a messy smiling face and found it to be rather appropriate. Give our deadly assassin a palm tree tattoo on his back, like the inventor did, to strike dread across the Kingdoms of England, or apply a skin texture to erase them entirely for a more inconspicuous appearance.
8) Color correction – realistic reshade preset
As a visual and technological wonder in itself, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s expansive open environment is one of the game’s finest achievements. Players may easily spend hundreds of hours soaking in the scenery, but the game engine often makes the area look too saturated and artificial.
The COLOR CORRECTION – REALISTIC Reshade Preset offers the game a more realistic appearance by fixing some of the game’s visual colours without utilising shaders. The modification includes three variants of varied changes, including colour correction and isolation, sharper pictures, and other visual effects. With the performance-focused XXS version, players should anticipate a small or nil framerate reduction, but the quality-focused XS and XL versions result in a 3 to 6 FPS decline, respectively.
9) Replace Assassinations With A Gnome For The Glory Of Gnome
Sometimes, you simply want a gnome. Occasionally, you must have a gnome. Anything else than a gnome will not suffice. This is a sense of empathy that everyone may comprehend on some level. There is a mod that allows you to have a gnome in Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, thankfully.
The mod is aptly titled “Replace Assassinations with a Gnome” and was created by Fappelsapman, a Nexus Mod user. The description of this mod does not make it quite obvious what it replaces with gnomes. The title suggests that it replaces the assassination animations with a fullscreen picture of this gnome, but the description suggests that the gnome replaces the Ubisoft and Nvidia credit screens from the beginning of the game. Regardless, this mod is recommended.
10) 100% Complete Maximum Level Save File
This file is a save file for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla with 100% narrative completion and additional content. Not technically a mod, but downloading save files are a handy method to bypass monotonous grinding in single-player games or to restore lost progress. Take pleasure in the sandbox gameplay and high power level of maxed abilities, talents, and order tree.
With so much power at the player’s disposal, it is easy to waste many hours playing role-playing games.
11) Remove Startup Logos
When it comes to loading speeds and launch screens, the majority of games keep gamers waiting. Although certain cinematic inserts are intentionally placed throughout some games to mask engine constraints, others that appear before to the title screen are often unskippable and serve as advertising space.
Remove Startup Logos in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla accomplishes exactly what the name says, despite being a pretty regular and recurrent mod for many PC games. The update replaces the three logo cinematics of Ubisoft, Anvil, and Ryzen with three seconds of dark screen, in addition to the Autosave screen. Technically, this permits gamers to reach the title screen in three seconds as opposed to the standard 90.
12) Fix Cutscenes Ultrawide Improves The Visual Fidelity
This is a resolution correction for Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla’s cutscenes. The cutscenes were not optimised for ultra-widescreen displays, thus modder WT3WD created the “Fix Cutscenes Ultrawide” modification, which modifies the cutscenes to accommodate ultra-widescreen monitors.
This may seem to be an easy modification, but cinematic sequences that do not fit correctly on a computer display may be off-putting and distracting.
13) Eivor Customizer
Eivor Customizer provides the Eivor model with significant modification possibilities. It has always been a pity that Ubisoft did not provide the same amount of personalization for the game’s legendary protagonist. This mod modifies it!
The Eivor Customizer allows you to alter the character’s hair colour, facial hair, body and head models, skin tones, and body proportions. Players may design an Eivor that is a perfect reflection of themselves or their own imagination.
14) Wanderer’s Tale Makes Valhalla A Grimmer And Darker Place
This patch is a graphics reshade that changes the visual tone of Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla to one that is darker and more gritty. Valhalla is a dark and brutal story, thus it is only fitting that the game’s aesthetics reflect this. The modder Crussong built the Wanderer’s Tale mod with this in mind.
Crussong mentions in the reshade’s description that it was influenced by the Vikings television series and the aesthetics of famously dismal FromSoftware games. It seems from the screenshot that Crussong done a fantastic job at portraying this vibe.
15) Hide This
No game can claim to be devoid of glitches and flaws, which may cause it to randomly stop, force characters to fall through the map, or show things in the incorrect location. Despite the fact that Ubisoft has enhanced the performance of the engine in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, several components of Eivor’s equipment were disregarded.
Hide This… just removes useless sheaths off Eivor’s back, despite the mod’s name implying that it may possibly disrupt the game’s gameplay. Even when Eivor is not using dual weapons or has just a single two-handed weapon equipped, the game shows the unneeded sheaths on their back. In addition to offering a customisable solution for sheaths on both sides, including the bow sheath, the mod may also be used to remove the masks from Jomsvikings created by other players.