Late last week, we reported Ubisoft’s strange decision to remove Achievements from its most recent Doctrine killer Game. At the time, the company stated that the popular system would be replaced by Ubisoft Connect Challenges. This sounded a strange call, like Watch the Dogs Corps Just launched from the same company, complete with achievements And the Challenges. Ubisoft, however, appears to be looking to add ons to Assassin’s Creed Valhalla After all that.
Over the weekend, some official Ubisoft responses appeared on the Forum topic Clarify the situation, sort of. The support officer said previous official forum comments about the stalled achievements were a misunderstanding. The employee also supported that, saying that the system is in progress and that the achievements are coming. If you care about your Ubisoft Achievements on PC, it might be worth the put off Assassins Creed Valhalla For a short while longer.
Having said that, there is no official confirmation elsewhere, and no timeline on when the achievements will arrive. It’s hard to say whether this was a true misunderstanding by Ubisoft, or whether the company is now reversing its initial decision to remove the achievements. We’ll give them the benefit of the doubt for now. However, if Ubisoft falls back on, the completion system implementation could take some time.
The response to the removed accomplishments has been a bit disjointed. The A rudimentary plan Replacing the system with Ubisoft Connect Challenges wasn’t a bad one in theory, as the new program distributes the rewards in-game as well. But as Watch the Dogs Corps Just with all of the accomplishments and challenges in place, it didn’t make any real sense. Now, it remains to be seen how long it takes for the company to add milestones again.
All this aside, we had fun Valhalla A little woo. We hope Ubisoft can solve the remaining issues and add these missing achievements. In doing so, it will harden Valhalla It is better Doctrine killer Entries yet.