Not all players like to have an expanded interface with constant information displayed on the screen. Fortunately, Assassin's Creed Valhalla has many options to significantly reduce HUD - on this tutorial page, you will learn how to do this. All the described options can be found in the game settings, in the Interface tab.
In the first section of the interface options, you can change the size of the text and icons, as well as enable alternative HUD mode - it adds a black background behind the compass, which makes it easier to read the icons on the compass.
World and quests
In the next section, you can limit the HUD associated with world exploration and missions. Here you will find options to disable the compass (remember that this can make the game very difficult) or to disable the mini task log located in the left upper corner of the screen.
The next section of the interface is devoted to Eivor. Here you can turn off the health and stamina bar, the oxygen bar during diving, and information about your experience and skill points.
Enemies and fight
In the Enemies and fight section, you can change the information displayed during the battles. A useful option seems to be to disable damage numbers, but you can also change enemy info or enemy detection settings here.
In the last section of the interface settings in Assassin's Creed Valhalla , you can disable all hints, messages, and information about what to do in a given action (e.g. when taking over the command of the ship).