The epic of Eivor, which lasted two years, ends with a Assassin’s Creed Valhalla which, despite its imperfections, has been able to keep active the users who love the videogame saga dedicated to assassins. Just to celebrate the culmination of this journey, Ubisoft has released a statement, in which there is good news.
During the aforementioned communication celebrating the release of Valhalla, which arrived in the now not so distant November 2020, Ubisoft wanted to sing the praises of the work done by Ubisoft Montreal, praise the success of a Viking adventure set in the 9th century in which you were asked to step into the shoes of the mighty Eivor. As reported in the press release, over 20 million players have landed in the desolate and devastated lands that saw the arrival and siege by the fearsome Vikings, with an experience that has been able to excite part of the fans of the first hour and lovers of the new course of the Assassin’s Creed brand.
In a brief overview of the contents released following the publication of the game, Ubisoft recalled the arrival of the new contents scheduled for December 6 of this year, which will definitively close the post-launch support of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. In detail, beyond the further information on the limited-time seasonal parties in RavenSthrope that will disappear, the minimum requirements to be able to access the last chapter of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla:
You must have completed the main story, starting negotiations with all the territories of England You must have completed the mythological stories of Asgard and Joturnheim You must have a settlement up to level 5, with the Viking barracks of Jomsborg inside it All the targets of the Order of the Ancients will have to be eliminated and it will be necessary to have already discovered the identity of their leader.
However, the most important information concerns the New Game Plus. The New Game+ feature will not be implemented in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. The guys from Ubisoft declare the following: “As we evaluated the integration of a New Game +, we understood that the complexity of this game made it difficult to adequately reward those who wanted to play it again. We know this news will disappoint many people, but we hope that the contents released in recent months, with absolutely innovative experiences such as The forgotten saga, have represented an exciting challenge even for those who aspire to replayable content”.
Although further content has been communicated in store for the players, the latter have expressed theirs strong disappointment with Ubisoft’s decision, even believing that the initial intention to replay the title – according to what we can read in some Reddit threads – will fail with the absence of NG +. “I’m not going to touch it again without the NG+. To get a decent build took forever and I have NO plans to do it again.” The discontent of users follows the recent denial of the arrival of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla on Game Pass.