Venture into the depths of Niflheim and confront new challenges when the free rogue-lite mode goes live tomorrow for all players.
Ahead of the free roguelite mode's launch, Ubisoft has provided details on things such as its structure, gear, secrets, and more.
Ubisoft is also hosting a "special event" in September to provide further details on the future of the Assassin's Creed franchise.
Build the Armory from foreign cargo gathered in River Raids and unlock up to five gear loadouts that can switched to at any time.
New challenges and a new boss fight along with brand-new weapons and a Valkyrie Armor set are available to earn for free.
Explore the base campaign with its story missions, river raids and combat, and then transfer your progress over into the full game.
The open world action RPG is the first title in the series to achieve this milestone. Its next expansion, Dawn of Ragnarok, is out on March 10th.
After players were unable to access the same, Ubisoft has confirmed a fix for early January 2022 along with an extension of the event.
The new update also adds the Yule Festival and several options for customizing difficulty of combat, exploration and stealth.
Taking place at 9 AM PT, it could offer a look at new content coming in 2022 following Ubisoft's commitment to another year of support.
Before that, title update 1.3.2 will be going live on October 5th. A new limited-time event, the Oskoreia Festival, is also coming in Fall 2021.
Runes will now only affect the weapon they're applied to and the cap on effects stacking from Perks and Rune Perks has been removed.
The long-awaited weapon choice is coming up, though the developer has yet to provide a time frame for the next big update.
With guards killing each other in the Trial of the Wolf, players found it tough to hit Gold rank. The latest hotfix makes things more manageable.
As a free update for all players, Mastery Challenge offers three unique Trials to complete. Unlockable rewards include weapons, tattoos and more.
New characters and conflicts adorn the expansion.
Ubisoft is currently working on a more permanent fix.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla's digital sales hit 1.7 million, as per SuperData.
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One of the new "world events" involves recruiting a cat to your raiding party.