Through a special presentation, Ubisoft announced everything it has planned to celebrate the 15-year anniversary of the saga Assassin’s Creed. We are going to start with a free weekend that will allow us to test Assassin’s Creed Origins at 60 fps and will continue with a lot of new content to Valhallaincluding the new game mode the forgotten saga and the end of Eivor’s story.
If you wish, you can see the complete presentation subtitled in Spanish below.
Now, let’s see all the news that awaits this franchise.
free weekend of Assassin’s Creed Origins
This game recently received an update that allows you to enjoy Bayek’s adventure at 60 animation frames per second (fps). So that everyone can experience it, Ubisoft organized a free weekend for Assassin’s Creed Origins
If you want to try it out, you can pre-load the game from the links for your platform of choice at this link. They can also look for the free weekend trial directly in the console stores.
When the free weekend ends, you will keep your progress if you purchase the game.
new content for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
During Year 2 of this game we will not only have the return of the Festivals, but we will also have new free content such as the Mastery Challenge Pack 2the Armory feature and by the end of the year ‘the mystery of the Tombs of the Fallen’ will arrive with new caves to explore
the forgotten saga
But first we will have a new expansion that will continue the adventures of Havi/Odin after the events of The dawn of Raganarok (whose review you can read here).
The new game mode the forgotten sagawhich will be free for all players of Assassin’s Creed Valhallawill have elements of ‘roguelike‘ and lead the father of all to battle in Niflheim.
The end of the story
At the end of the year another surprise will come to the game: A new chapter that will close Eivor’s story. It will be free for all players.
One of the most interesting elements of Assassin’s Creed Origins, Odyssey y Valhalla is its Discovery Tour mode, which will finally have a standalone version to celebrate 15 years of the series.
That’s right, we will be able to acquire the Discovery Tour modes of Ptolemaic Egypt, Ancient Greece and the Viking Age even if we do not have the games for consoles, PC or Stadia. These are now available at a reduced price.
Ubisoft also announced a partnership with the McGill University School of Education to develop curriculum guides for teachers and students, available free online, to help them get the most out of the works of Ubisoft. Discovery Tour as learning tools for the classroom
The future of the series
Ubisoft took advantage of this celebration to announce that in September 2022 we will be able to see a special presentation in which they will reveal what is in the future of Assassin’s Creed. We will be pending.
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Fuente: Ubisoft Latin America