Assassin’s Creed Valhalla expansion Siege of Paris Ubisoft confirmed today that it will arrive in the game on August 12, and provide more information about the 1.3.0 title update.
We’ve heard a lot about Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s expansion of the Siege of Paris; it was correctly revealed in the Ubisoft Forward demo at E3, which mocked the arrival of a new region, Francia, where Eivor will carry out new missions. And formed alliances all over France. The update will bring a new set of weapons, equipment, skills, enemy types and abilities (such as Golden Flame Sticky Bombs).
The DLC included in the season pass can also be purchased separately.
Before the launch of the new DLC, Ubisoft today released a new game update-Game Update 1.3.0-23.79GB on Xbox Series X|S, 17.72GB on Xbox One, and 6.85GB on PS5 , About 20GB on PS4 (depending on your region), up to 31.37 GB on PC.
No matter what platform you use, this is a major update. But—as the developer detailed—this is for a reason. The new patch adds a wealth of content to the game, including the Sigblot Festival, which is a limited time event from July 29th to August 19th.
Perhaps the biggest gift of the company here is the promise of a one-handed sword, which can be unlocked by participating in activities and tasks.
To participate in the Sigblot Festival, you need to arrive in England to complete the Grantebridgescire or Ledecestrescire arc and achieve at least Settlement Level 2.
The Ravensthorpe settlement will host various festivals around traditional bonfires, including:
- Mini games for flying, fighting tournaments and dice games.
- Three new tasks are available.
- Exclusive rewards, including settlement decorations, customized items and weapons. It is worth noting that the one-handed sword Skrofnung can be obtained using Sigblot tokens in the festival shop for a limited time before the end of the festival.
The new update will also add a level zoom option to the game for the first time, making it feel more like other Assassin’s Creed games, rather than closing the content behind a high wall.
Ubisoft also pointed out that “it plans to carry out additional updates later this season and will bring a new River Raids map package with destinations on the rivers of Francia and Ireland”.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is available on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC, Stadia, Amazon Luna, and is included in the Ubisoft+ subscription.
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