Ubisoft has updated the official blog of Valhalla To talk about the updates that have come to the game since last November, apparently from Ubisoft they consider that these have not been up to the task or that they needed more time in the oven so they announce that the pace of updates will be slower .
Not too much though, instead of once a month we will receive an update every five weeks, so they will have an additional seven days to polish the experience of the updates.
Delay for the better
In this sense, it is worth noting that “updates” refer to robust ones, that is, those that add content, solve dozens of bugs and basically force a large data download. For its part, the hotfixes will continue as always, being released at the right time, if the game needs it and urgently.
This will also affect the updates that arrive with expansions, in fact, Wrath of the Druids has already been delayed a week which indicates that Ubi has been thinking about this strategy for some time to offer more polished content. The truth is that they could use that extra week to fix more bugs, something for which the saga has always been criticized.
The developer also took the opportunity to share her bug-solving process, which goes through the identification of the bug, the reproduction of the bug, the search for solutions, the implementation of this and finally the publication of the patch. It was a good idea to post this as many players are not aware of these processes and imagine that everything should be faster.
In this way, the next update is then for April 27, while the Wrath of the Druids expansion is still scheduled for May 13.
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