The latest installment in the Assassin’s Creed series from Ubisoft, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is open to pre-order right now. The game brings a Viking era into the universe this time, something new and exciting for users. Unveiled a few months ago, fans have been eagerly waiting for the game. Now that the game all set to launch, Ubisoft has announced the roadmap for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s season pass. In addition to that, they have also announced some details about the post-launch support and content for the game.
The future DLC’s will take you far beyond the shore of Britain for a world tour and discovery of new lands. The Season Pass for Valhalla Includes two expansions and one exclusive quest. According to Ubisoft, The Legend of Beowulf is a special quest available to season pass owners on launch day. Further details of the quest reveal that players will explore the “monstrous truth” behind the legend of Beowulf.
Coming to the expansions now, the first expansion titled Wrath of the Druids, will be available in Spring 2021 to players. The expansion takes you to Ireland as Eivor tracks down a Druid cult. The news exciting for many fans of the series as they now journey into newer lands in the game universe. In addition, if you’ve played assassins creed games before you already know the attention to detail and beauty Ubisoft puts into game world development.
Moving on players will be able to get the next expansion pack in Summer 2021. Titled “The Siege of Paris” this DLC will take players to experience one of the most prominent battles of Vikings. Ubisoft said that players will relive the most ambitious battle in Viking History as they break the defenses of the city of Paris.
In addition to paid content on the $39.99 season pass, Ubisoft also has some free content geared up. In the first update coming in December well get a new settlement area, a Yule Festival, a new replayable River Raids activity, and new player skills and abilities. Play will be able to customize their weapons and gear, as well as the looks of their settlement, longship, horse, and raven. In addition, a ranking system will be added for your Jomsviking. It will be an NPC lieutenant that you can create yourself, or even recruit from friends and the community.
There is little known about the details of the second season as of yet. However, we do know that it begins in March 2021 and will add a new mode, update the Jomsviking system. The update will also bring new festivals and gear to use and customize. Furthermore, Ubisoft has also promised a third a fourth season worth of content for the game.
Moving on in addition to season updated and new content Ubisoft also plans to add a Discovery Tour option in Valhalla. Last added in Assassin’s Creed Origins and Odyssey it is a game mode that offers players conflict-free education in the game.
As for player reactions. people are indifferent about Ubisoft’s future plans. While some players were really happy that the game developer already announced what they plan to add in the future. There are some who were more focused on actual game release before worrying about the DLC content. In Conclusion, letting people know what’s included in future DLCs is a good move because it gives you an idea of what you’re spending on.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is up for preorders right now and comes out on November 10th.