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About Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s New Update And More !

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In a recent update from Ubisoft for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla brings some exciting challenges and a new game mode. Since the games’ release, developers have been consistent with their updates and patches which not only includes new skills but also had some major improvements. However, in their recent announcement that said that they will be lowering down the frequency of updates and replace with higher quality patches.

Coming to the highlights of this update in which there is a additional support added for Wrath of the Druids. It includes new skills such as Cold Rage, Eye of the North and Intense Rage. These effects have different roles in game and recharges after a few seconds.

Alongside, developers have introduced a new game mode Mastery Challenge which introduces ‘replayable trials to test your expertise against Melee, Range, and Stealth objectives’. Players can unlock unique rewards as you move ahead perfecting your skills. It is free for all players.

 

Click Here for Official Details of Title Update 1.1.2!

Here is the update size on each platform:

  • Xbox Series X/S: 18.7 GB
  • Xbox One: 13.5 GB
  • PlayStation® 5: 5.32 GB
  • PlayStation®4: 5-13 GB
  • PC: 14.14 GB

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