Ubisoft was forced to remove elements from the latest version Assassin’s Creed Valhalla It has been patched after some new game additions caused the player’s game to crash.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (Creed Valhalla) received a huge new patch last week and added a series of new features and bug fixes to the game-including the frequently requested Transmog support.
But this is not good news: For players who like the game on all platforms, the release of the patch has brought bugs and spikes of crashes, and Ubisoft must now take action to ensure that the damage caused by the update can be controlled.
“Since the release of Title Update 1.2.0, we have realized that there has been an increase in crashes in and around Ravensthorpe,” Ubisoft announced in the past week. “Our team is working on a solution that should be ready sometime next week. Thank you for your patience during this period.”
The permanent solution will be launched “soon”, but when it will actually happen is still uncertain. However, since the patch was released, Ubisoft has introduced a server-side fix to “solve the increase in crashes near Ravensthorpe” by removing Easter-themed event decorations near home.
“We are deploying a server-side patch to resolve the crash near Ravensthorpe. The settlement decorations will be temporarily removed, and the Ostara Festival mission involving decorations will not be completed. Thank you for your patience and our team will release it soon Permanent repair program!”
Hopefully, these issues will be resolved before the Assassin’s Creed Waldhara blockbuster “Druid’s Fury” is released in April.