The subsequent title replace in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will add one-handed swords to the sport, a function continuously requested by followers of the sequence. The function was teased by the official Assassin’s Creed Twitter account and was beforehand talked about through the Ubisoft Forward presentation again in June.

The announcement comes a number of months after Ubisoft addressed points regarding Valhalla’s lackluster efficiency, through which the company addressed how the sport’s updates haven’t met gamers’ or the studio’s expectations. As a end result, Ubisoft Montreal acknowledged that it could change to a 5-week launch cycle for every title replace, delaying the final Wrath of the Druids replace to May 2021.

The subsequent title replace titled The Seige of Paris will add new weapons, quests, gear, and talents to the sport, together with the aforementioned one handed sword. While Ubisoft has acknowledged that the replace will launch in “Summer 2021”, recent leaks have suggested that the title replace will probably launch on November 9, 2021 — not actually “Summer”, but it surely’s unconfirmed so take it with a grain of salt. Especially contemplating Ubisoft acknowledged again in June that it could add the one handed sword “in the coming weeks”.

“This is the most ambitious battle in Viking history,” Ubisoft senior neighborhood developer Karen Lee acknowledged throughout June’s Ubisoft Foward, describing the upcoming Seige of Paris replace, “and you’ll have to do everything in your power to uncover enemy secrets and form strategic alliances to safeguard your clan’s future.” Additionally, Lee revealed that the replace will mark the return of black field infiltration missions, together with the addition of recent horseback enemies and explosive-based skills.

The final Wrath of Druids replace allowed gamers to discover Ireland and battle the Children of Danu; a cult of Irish Lords and High Druids. Since then, Ubisoft has also added numerous new challenges, recreation modes, abilities, gear, gameplay enhancements, and bug fixes.

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