Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s Fall Update may bring a big and scary event

Ubisoft has revealed a new roadmap as the fall season inside Assassin’s Creed Valhalla approaches. The company will soon release a patch and the new Discovery tour with its upcoming 1.3.2 release on October 5th. The company hasn’t revealed any details about the update yet, however, taking a look at the previous game’s updates, we’re expecting to get a mix of all the bug fixes and new content. Read also – Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Siege of Paris DLC release next month

As a reminder, Update 1.3.1 added some new rivers of destruction in River Raids, along with some new abilities and equipment. Apart from that, the update brought several bug fixes and other new items. We expect update 1.3.2 to have similar changes in terms of update size. Read also – Assassin’s Creed Infinity is on, and it may have a long service plan like GTA Online

The Discovery Tour PC Growth Model: Viking Age for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla It is scheduled to be released on October 19. The model will follow as a non-combat entertainment role, as players will be able to discover England in the Viking Age on guided tours while highlighting various aspects of life during the Nine. century. Read also – Nintendo Direct E3 2021: Metroid Dread, Mario Party Superstars, the new Legend of Zelda, and more

The Discovery Tour on PC is expected to be followed by an alternate main game later during the fall. The company is said to be eyeing the 1.4.0 major update as an additional vital alternative.

As a reminder, update 1.3.0 was released alongside the Siege of Paris DLC and included a number of new options, bug fixes, and a sprint score feature. This replacement started Sigrblot Festival, which is why update 1.4.0 is expected to start at Oskoreia Festival, where we expect the game to have a Halloween look.

Ubisoft Details of the 1.4.0 update or Oscoria Festival are yet to be revealed. However, it did mention that it will offer some update features sometime this fall.

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