On behalf of the entire group, we would like to thank you for your love and support over the previous 2 years. It is not without emotion that we bid goodbye to the saga of the Wolf-Kissed. Includes Ubisoft while also teasing a few surprises being held for later on.
A new Assassin’s Creed Valhalla upgrade has some disappointing news for those still playing the PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X game. More specifically, Ubisoft has announced that 2 years after the game’s release, the final material update is being released on December 6, ending assistance for the very popular entry in the series. According to Ubisoft, the update– called Title Update 1.6.2– will consist of brand-new content that is headlined by The Last Chapter, an intimate and touching conclusion to Ivor’s saga. According to Ubisoft, this piece of content is an epilogue that will connect up a few of the storylines established throughout the game and offer closure to your time amongst the Raven Clan.
Ubisoft likewise keeps in mind that with the post-launch assistance concerning an end there will be no more time-limited festival occasions in Ravensthorpe. Those that did not get the opportunity to participate in the Yule, Star, Inkblot, or Korea Festivals, will still be able to redeem the rewards connected to them via all merchants upon completing the quest The First Night of Samoan. Of course, this will cost you some silver.
Information on this content are currently limited, however Ubisoft does keep in mind that gamers will require to complete the main story, complete the mythical story arcs of Asgard and Rotunda, upgrade your settlement to level 5 and construct the Jomsviking barracks, and kill all targets of the Order of the Ancients and reveal its leader, to access this new material.
The game’s final update is likewise set to include a long-awaited feature; the choice to keep your hood up at any time. This new alternative will be available in the in-game options menu, and keeps the hood on even if Ivor eliminates their cape. Obviously, this is simply a cosmetic thing, implying it has no effect on gameplay or detection.