Plus it adds a new story difficulty.
The big patch 1.5.0 for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla arrives tomorrow, February 22nd, and will improve the game’s stealth features.
The update will be available for download from midday UK time and will weigh in at 15GB on PC, 12.27GB on Xbox Series X/S, 9.84GB on Xbox One, and 7.94GB on PlayStation 4 and 3.6 Gigabyte on PS5.
In the first place, this patch will prepare Valhalla for Ragnarok Dawn’s Mega ExpansionWhich launches on March 10th. (This adds four new abilities, six new skills, new gear quality, and more, plus a massive new map and 40-hour campaign.)
Whether you purchase Dawn of Ragnarök or not, Valhalla 1.5.0 update will still bring you fixes for many stealth issues.
Enemy reaction to Ivor’s whistle has been improved, and Ubisoft’s reach has expanded Correction notes condition. The developer has also “processed” players who are caught by enemies when using environmental traps, wild animals that detect ifor regardless of distance, and alert NPCs.
The update also adds a new Saga difficulty (story), for those who want to “write your own Viking Saga without having to worry about stealth and combat challenges”. Here, the enemies do less damage and their range does not expand with the player. You will also have more time to assassinate, shoot and disengage enemies before you are caught.
On PC, console support has been extended to both Stadia and Nintendo Switch Pro platforms. Dozens and dozens of bugs have also been squashed across all platforms.
expensive Try the whole Valhalla for free? Ubisoft is letting you do this from Thursday, February 24 through next Monday, February 28.
Ubisoft revealed last week Valhalla has now generated over $1 billion in revenuemaking it the first game in the publisher’s leading franchise to do so.
Free updates will continue until 2022, including another new game mode. after these, A fan-favourite character is expected to return in a smaller independent releaseapparently meant that one day it was a further expansion of Valhalla.
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