Ubisoft has issued a mea culpa almost about current Assassin’s Creed Valhalla title updates, admitting that a few of them have neither met gamers’ expectations nor have they met the studio’s requirements.

As a end result, Ubisoft has introduced that it’ll swap to a 5-week launch cycle for every title replace in an effort to permit builders to be extra thorough. In gentle of this, title replace 1.2.1 has been delayed to April 27th and Wrath of the Druids expansions has been delayed to May 13th.

In the identical weblog publish, Ubisoft outlined some recognized points and defined why it has taken so lengthy for them to be addressed. Get the main points under.

  • Missing fish: As we’ve shared, we discovered a possible repair initially of April to populate the lacking fish throughout England. As this answer has a direct influence on present fauna and mechanics, we moved the total repair into June to additional take a look at and refine. However, there’ll be a partial answer with Title Update 1.2.1 (April).
  • In the Absence of an Ealdorman: This quest has a number of completely different instances of points tied to it which are conditional and will be player-specific. Therefore, you may even see fixes within the patch notes that may not deal with your explicit challenge with this quest, however relaxation assured, we’re trying into each reported occasion.
  • Pig of Prophecy: As talked about within the pipeline overview, each challenge is categorized primarily based on severity, influence, and frequency. Since the Pig of Prophecy is taken into account facet content material, we’ve prioritized extra impactful story development blockers first. All that mentioned, now we have discovered an answer and are aiming to incorporate it with Title Update 1.2.1 (April).

For extra on Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, take a look at our previous coverage.

[Source: Ubisoft]