Ubisoft says it’s shifting from a four-week to a five-week cadence for main updates for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, partially out of recognition that a number of the previous title updates for the huge Viking game “may not have met your expectations or been up to our standards.” The latest developer blog for Valhalla offers a peek into the replace pipeline, in addition to a tough roadmap for what Valhalla gamers can anticipate within the coming months.

“We have made several changes to production pipelines and tools so that we can deliver more robust updates,” the put up reads. “With the application of these changes, we have made the decision to delay our next Title Update (1.2.1) to April 27 and Wrath of the Druids expansion to May 13.”

The put up particularly calls out three excellent points that will be at least partially addressed within the upcoming (however barely delayed) title replace this month: there’s the lacking fish situation, which will get a partial repair in title replace 1.2.1 and absolutely resolved in June; the In the Absence of an Ealdorman quest, which ought to see most (however not all) points resolved this month; and the Pig of Prophecy quest, which regardless of being thought of aspect content material, ought to have a repair utilized within the April replace.

Looking forward, there’s nonetheless extra to come back for Valhalla: Ubisoft says we will anticipate one other title replace (1.2.2) in late spring, in addition to a new free sport mode known as Mastery Challenge in that very same timeframe.

To date, Valhalla’s updates have been a mixture of myriad bug fixes and new content additions, which incorporates dropping way more cats into medieval England.