For a long time we knowUbisoft will not finish development Assassin’s Creed Valhalla In Paris appendix Released in August. but You can’t be sure Regarding the details of subsequent expansions. The secret was uploaded by French YouTuber j0nathan, who divided New discoveries of game files for the next downloadable content. You can see the article in French below.
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j0nathan was able to catch up on the achievements of the third expansion, but he also found a reference to its title. It looks like the add-on will be called officially Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – Dawn of Ragnarok. Interestingly, the action may take place not (only) in the fiery land of Moselheim (it could happen Being a mirror image of Africa) But Svartalfheim?? dwarfs house. This one was apparently invaded by unknown enemies, because one of the achievements mentioned the liberation of all areas of Svartalfheim.
The rewards also give an idea of what new powers Ivor will be able to use. These include teleportation and flying moves, as well as a handful of ice spells and the revival of fallen enemies. So it seems to be based on a relatively historical reality two additives NS Ragnarok dawn We’ll be back for a more legendary convention like we did in the extensions two its predecessors ods³onach Doctrine killer.
naturally We recommend that you do not take this and other unofficial information as facts, At least until confirmation from the developers. So far, Ubisoft hasn’t revealed anything else about further development AC Valhalla Above what was shown in the May teaser. So far, there is no need to guess if and when we will visit Svartalfheim.
- Assassin’s Creed Series Official Site
- Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla review – This is the Assassin you’ve been looking for
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