Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Currently Costs Less With Mirage Than It Does Alone

$45 for Valhalla and Mirage, or $60 for Valhalla all by itself.

The Assassin’s Creed train rolled on in 2023 following the longest break between games since the series’ inception. Assassin’s Creed Mirage launched in October, sparking a Marmite-like reaction from players who either loved it or hated it. A callback to the Assassin’s Creed games of old, some liked its scaled-down simplicity while others prefer bigger experiences like the one you get from Valhalla. The good news is you can currently buy both for less than it usually costs to buy Valhalla individually.


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A bundle available on the Xbox Store gets you the two newest Assassin’s Creed games for just $44.99. That’s quite the deal considering it usually costs $110 to buy the two games individually. The deal is even better than it seems on the surface though as even if it was $44.99 for Valhalla alone, you’d be bagging yourself a deal. Valhalla is $59.99, which means you’ll save yourself money, and get an additional game to boot, by opting for the bundle instead.

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It’s not often you get a whole extra game when picking the cheaper option, but this is one of those instances, and even if you’re someone completely uninterested in Mirage, it’s now worth picking up if you planned on buying Valhalla anytime soon. Unless you hate the idea of a return to a smaller, more linear Assassin’s Creed game in 2024 so much that you’d rather spend the extra $15 to not own the game.

basim from assasin's creed mirage, and eivor from assassin's creed valhalla

Assassin’s Creed Mirage And Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Bundle

$45 $100 Save $55

Bundling Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Assassin’s Creed Mirage together makes sense the games are intrinsically linked. Mirage’s Basim is introduced in Valhalla, and the shorter Mirage was originally intended to be DLC for the sprawling Valhalla.

The deal on the Valhalla/Mirage bundle ends on Monday, so you’ve got a few days to consider it if you’ve been thinking about jumping back into the Assassin’s Creed series. There is a way you can save yourself even more money if it’s just Valhalla you’re interested in, though. Eivor’s adventure was added to Game Pass this week which means you can play the game for no additional cost if you have a subscription. Mirage is not currently on Game Pass, though.

If you have fallen off the Assassin’s Creed bandwagon in recent years, now is the perfect time to catch up. There are a lot of new games coming to the series soon, starting with Codename Red which will seemingly be set in feudal Japan. Other games coming after that have been codenamed Hexe and Invictus, all of which appear to fall under the upcoming Assassin’s Creed Infinity umbrella.

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