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In an upcoming update from Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, developers have repackaged the game files so that they are smaller and more efficient in size. After all the updates from last year, the game is set to have a smaller overall install size which will also improve the games’ performance.

Although on Ubisoft’s News and Announcement page thread, the community manager stated that, “Title Update 1.4.1 will require players to re-download the entire game as part of a data restructuring.”. That means that players will have to redownload the base game for this update to claim it’s benefits. However, the expansions will not be affected by the restructuring.

Developers have said that the following update 1.4.1 of Valhalla will save 13GB of Strade on PlayStation 5, 30 GB on PlayStation 4, 44 GB on Xbox X\S, 30GB on Xbox One and 34GB on PC.

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It is also speculated that the developers have also confirmed a new expansion for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is set which is to arrive in 2022 that will eventually fill the space freed by this restructuring.

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Source: Ubisoft Blog

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