Assassin’s Creed Valhalla looks like it will be a massive game, but there is always more. In a new trailer today, Ubisoft outlined the contents of the season pass. The first expansion will be named Wrath of the Druids, and it will release in the spring of 2021. Taking players to Ireland, it will focus on Celtic culture with dark tones and a cult to boot. Activities include conquering forts and influencing trade in Dublin.
The Siege of Paris is the second expansion included in the season pass, and it will be coming in the summer of next year. It seems a bit sneakier since it will allow you to infiltrate, build alliances, and sow the seeds for the fall of Paris.
The season pass includes a bonus mission, and literature buffs may be interested in this one. The Legend of Beowulf puts Eivor on the trail of a dangerous beast. The trailer shows a little from this one, but I’m guessing you have a decent idea of the end goal. The bonus mission and both expansions are included in the gold and ultimate editions of the game.
If you lean toward the thriftier side of life, the new seasonal content will be free for everyone. The Yule Festival will be released in late 2020 and occur in Eivor’s settlement. The spring, summer, and fall will bring new events and festivals, skills, progression, and gear for players to enjoy.
Finally, Ubisoft will also release a Discovery Tour for Valhalla. There are no details as to what it will include or when it will be released.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is looking to be the ultimate Viking fantasy game with raids into England, the chance to build alliances, and a robust combat and skill system. It’s promising some great things, and we’ll see if it delivers when the game launches on November 10th.
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