Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is arguably one of the largest Ubisoft games currently out there. The reason for that is the sheer amount of content crammed into an otherwise decent RPG.
With the developer supporting the game since its inception, this is currently the most content-rich Assassin’s Creed title out of the lot. Earlier, the game received a large expansion earlier this year called Dawn of Ragnarok, adding hours of content.
With tons of other DLCs already in the game, it seems Ubisoft wants to add more to the game. A new update, available for all the systems, adds three puzzle-focused tombs. These tombs conclude the “Tombs of the Fallen” storyline and are a part of Tombs of the Fallen Pack 2, which is free for people who own the game.
Similarly, a new settlement building has been added, called Rune Forge. Buildable once Ravensthorpe reaches upgrade level 4, players can turn the perks of currently owned gear into new runes in exchange for silver. Rune Forge, unfortunately, doesn’t support items from the expansions.
Additionally, the new update brings in various bug fixes to the title, such as missing Order Medallions after defeating members of the order and more. The patch notes detail every fix that the new update brings. Head to the official website to read them in detail.
The update size for each system are:
- Xbox Series X|S: 11.9 GB
- Xbox One: 10.6 GB
- PlayStation®5: 1.6 GB
- PlayStation®4: 8.6 GB
- PC: 9.12 GB
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. During the AC Showcase, Ubisoft confirmed the game receiving the final DLC in some months’ time. The DLC, called The Final Chapter, aims to tie up the game’s storyline and plots.