Today, Ubisoft announced the final content of the action role-playing game “Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla”. Among other things, we can look forward to the roguelite mode called “Forgotten Saga”, which will bring a playful breath of fresh air to the world of “Valhalla”.
This Tuesday evening, those responsible at Ubisoft celebrated the upcoming 15th anniversary of the “Assassin’s Creed” franchise in the form of an exclusive live stream.
After Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla received the massive The Mark of Ragnarok expansion a few months ago, Ubisoft used the anniversary stream to announce the additional content coming to the second year of the action role-playing game. The featured content includes the game mode called “Forgotten Saga”, which will be released in the form of a free update in the summer and is intended to provide a playful fresh breeze with its roguelite approach.
A first trailer is in tune with the new mode.
A detour into the realm of the dead
As can be seen from the said trailer, our path in “Forgotten Saga” leads to Niflheim, the realm of the dead. In the new rogue-lite mode of “Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla” you face off against hordes of enemies that are becoming ever stronger and try to assert yourself for as long as possible. The further you advance in the battle, the more valuable rewards await you. Furthermore, the trailer suggests that Loki’s daughter Hel plays an important role.
According to the developer, more details about “Forgotten Saga” will follow in the next few weeks. After the release of “Forgotten Saga”, the final DLC for “Assassin’s Creed. Valhalla” published. We probably shouldn’t expect an extensive expansion, since Ubisoft is talking about an episode that owners of the game can download for free. So we can probably assume a small DLC, with which the developers draw a line under “Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla” and the story of Evior.
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Should further details and impressions of the new content follow, you will of course find out from us immediately. Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla is available for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Google’s Stadia streaming service.
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