It felt like Assassins Creed Valhalla might never end. Long following the seas had swallowed the continents and the stars had opted out, Eivor would be finding new settlements to pillage and new cosmetics to experiment with. But today Ubisoft announced the almost unthinkable: Assassins Creed Valhalla comes with an end and it’ll be to arrive another free DLC.
Called THE FINAL Chapter, the update expected later this season will dsicover Eivor tie up most of her lose ends and meet some new historical figures on the way. Ubisoft didnt get into a lot more detail, nonetheless it sounds like it’ll be a victory lap of sorts, and probably a bit more lowkey than a few of Vikings previous DLC adventures.
Assassins Creed Valhalla arrived in the past in nov 2020 alongside the launch of the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. The 3rd game in the series open world RPG era, it took players to England in the ninth century through the eyes of Eivor, a Viking leading her people in a strange new land after fleeing trauma and tragedy back. Its the very best Assassins Creed game in a number of years, borrowing items of The Witcher 3 and marrying them with stealthy stabbing in the shadows. The open world itself is richly layered and something of my favorites.
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But Ubisoft wasnt content to just leave things there. Instead, as has been the case with most of its recent games, Valhalla got the full live service post-launch treatment. This encompassed mini-DLC packs filled with new items and cross-over cosmetics, paid DLC story expansions that took players to Ireland and France, and also a completely new mode inspired by roguelikes. Dawn of Ragnarok, one of the most ambitious DLCs, even doubled down on the games high fantasy side.
However now the years of new seasonal content are winding down. And I, for just one, am relieved. Games that keep expanding like Valhalla has always make me feel overwhelmed. Usually, I simply find yourself waiting until all the post-launch content has dripped out prior to going back. It appears like this winter Ill finally get my possiblity to go back to the super deluxe complete version of Valhalla and finish polishing off every last icon on its gigantic map.