Ubisoft is going big with its next Assassin’s Creed, codenamed “Assassin’s Creed Infinity“, and offering an online live-service platform. But that’s still a ways off – in the meantime, the development team is still supporting Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Following the release of the Mastery Challenge mode last month, a new hotfix has been released that addresses the scoring in one of the trials.
The hotfix makes one key change by reducing the scoring associated with each action for getting Gold in the Trial of the Wolf: Odin Mine Hideout. This was done because guards in the trial ended up killing each other, which made it tougher for the player to score enough kills for the Gold rank. Though this is the only change with the hotfix, expect more updates en route to the next paid DLC.
The Siege of Paris is the next DLC and will be releasing this Summer for all platforms. Ubisoft hasn’t outlined the content included there will be “black box” missions that provide carte blanche on how players want to infiltrate. You can also expect new abilities and equipment as well. Support for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will continue with expansions planned for release next year.