Ubisoft has revealed that the primary main enlargement for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, titled Wrath of the Druids, will launch on April 29. The enlargement sees you journey to Eire.
“Discover and smuggle your means by means of the haunted fantastic thing about Eire as you achieve the favor of Gaelic kings and confront the druidic cult, the Youngsters of Danu,” Ubisoft writes in a blog post. “This enlargement will probably be obtainable as a standalone buy or as a part of the Season Go.”
Much like Murderer’s Creed Odyssey, Valhalla is scheduled to get two large pay-to-play expansions following its release, with smaller free updates sprinkled in between the 2, similar to The Ostara Pageant that has simply begun. Nonetheless, in contrast to Odyssey’s Legacy of the First Blade and The Destiny of Atlantis DLCs, it would not seem like Valhalla’s expansions will probably be cut up into a number of episodes.
Following the discharge of Wrath of the Druids, Valhalla will get one other enlargement referred to as The Siege of Paris, at the moment scheduled to launch this summer season. As its title implies, the enlargement will see you journey to Paris to take part within the historic siege, the place you will have to sneak into the town to uncover enemy secrets and techniques, forge new alliances, and make sure the future security of your viking clan.
It is a good time to leap again into Murderer’s Creed Valhalla with The Ostara Pageant in full swing. Plus, Ubisoft has added Altair’s outfit to the game, in addition to the fan-requested transmog feature–though, admittedly, not in an ideal way. In the event you’ve already completed the sport, narrative director Darby McDevitt lately participated in a spoiler-filled livestream for Valhalla, the place he defined how the game’s big ending twist used to play out quite differently.