Ubisoft is changing its Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s title update release cycle in order to conduct further testing before releasing the update.
According to the company, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla The development team changed the release cycle of the title update from 4 weeks to 5 weeks to achieve “more thorough testing and improvement.”
With these changes, Ubisoft has decided to postpone the update time of the next game name to April 27th, and postpone the expansion time of “Druid’s Fury” to May 13th-it should be released on April 29 .
Because creating a title update is a “complex and time-consuming situation” for the team, it sometimes takes some time to resolve certain issues.
One of these problems includes the loss of fish, and some of the solutions will be released on April 27th with title update 1.2.1.
A solution was also found for the “Pig in Prophecy” task, which will also be resolved in the title update 1.2.1.
The team is still investigating the issue reported in the “Missing Edelman” mission, which stated that “different circumstances related to the issue are c onditional and may be player-specific.”
Finally, the company also touched on current content channels, including another title update and a free game mode that will be launched at the end of spring.
In May, when the Druid’s Wrath expansion project is launched, you will travel to Ireland to uncover the mysteries of the Druids. You will also fight in haunted forests and various landscapes, and try to get in touch with King Gaelic.
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