Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, the next additional content will be free

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, the next additional content will be free

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla was an impressive production for Ubisoft, in which it has invested a lot also and above all in terms of content.

After the massive Dawn of Ragnarok DLC (which you can buy as a bundle on Amazon ), Valhalla no longer had precise information about the future of its content.

Not that the news in the strict sense did not arrive over time, indeed, between updates and patches of various types that have always kept Assassin’s Creed Valhalla fresh .

Just yesterday Ubisoft had announced an event related to the saga, in which we should have expected news regarding the current and future episodes.

And, as promised, they have arrived and are also about Assassin’s Creed Valhalla .

As Eurogamer.net also reports , the last episode of the saga will be updated again with full- bodied DLCs , including the ending of the Eivor story .

Almost two years after its release , the adventure of the Viking protagonist will end, and therefore the support from Ubisoft for this lucky chapter.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will receive a new DLC that contains the aforementioned final chapter of the story . Before that, however, a new roguelite game mode set in Niflheim will be introduced.

A piece of content called The Forgotten Saga that will arrive this summer, along with another series of challenge dungeons that will arrive in the fall to wrap up support.

 

All of this will be free, too. Both the final chapter and the roguelite modes will be available to all players for free.

A really great way to end the massive journey of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla , which demonstrated how single players can still bring in impressive payouts .

And there were also appearances and collaborations of all kinds, such as the inevitable crossover with Fortnite starring Eivor.

In the meantime, we are waiting to know something about the mysterious chapter of the saga which appears to be a minor project, a sort of prequel to Assassin’s Creed Origins , but which for now is only a fan’s fantasy .

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