Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla will receive four more content updates before the end of the year

Ubisoft has confirmed that Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will receive four more content updates in 2021.

The news came from the official Twitter account of Assassin’s Creed, which posted a timeline screenshot showing what arrived in Valhalla before the end of the year. As shown in the figure below, there are four more updates: Title Update 1.4.0, Tomb of the Fallen, Oskoreia Festival, and Title Update 1.4.1.

Are you ready? This is a glimpse of what is about to happen in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. It seems that there are more mysteries to be unraveled in 2021.

What’s particularly interesting about this timeline is the upcoming content update of “The Tomb of the Fallen” on November 9th-a recent report, For example, this one comes from Chronicles of Video Games, It is revealed that some PlayStation trophies related to the “Grave of the Fallen” have been added to the back end of the game. Now, this new update from Ubisoft confirms this. As for what this update will bring, it seems that new dungeon-like graves will be added to Valhalla for players to explore.

The November headline update 1.4.0 footage seems to reveal a new ability for Eivor-maybe she can summon tornadoes or gusts on the battlefield. Of course, it may also be something more dangerous, such as a new enemy who can control the wind in battle.

The screenshot of Oskoreia Festival is easier to break down: This is a new Ravensthorpe-based festival coming to Valhalla. If it is similar to the previous festival, it will come with its own tasks to complete and unique cosmetics to earn. The festival will last from November 11 to December 2. The final screenshot is the title update 1.4.1 in December 2021, which indicates that it will snow in Ravensthorpe, which may ring during the winter holidays.

Now, we have to wait until tomorrow’s title update 1.4.0 and the Tomb of the Fallen appear in the game.

While waiting, check our Impressions of Valhalla’s latest paid DLC “Paris Siege”, Then read about how to Valhalla is already Ubisoft’s second largest game ever Even within 12 months after launch.Check out this story about recently added (and free) Explore the tour mode that will make you educational about the area of ​​Valhalla after that.


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