AC Valhalla: The Siege of Paris will be released on August 12, new festival with update 1.3.0


Ubisoft will soon give you new reasons to take another look at Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.

First, the second DLC, The Siege of Paris. It will not be released on August 5, 2021, as previously assumed, but one week later: On August 12, 2021, you can embark on a new adventure to France with Eivor.

All of this is embedded in the brand-new “Sigrblot Festival”, which will run in the game from July 29 to August 19, 2021.

You can expect new festive activities as well as matching rewards, including a one-handed sword for the first time. Ubisoft had previously hinted at the introduction of one-handed swords.

In keeping with all of this, the new update 1.3.0 will be released tomorrow, July 27, 2021, around 2 p.m. German time.

On PS5, the download is around 6.85 GB, on Xbox Series X/S it’s 23.79 GB, on Xbox One 17.72 GB, on PS4 15.3 to 24.5 GB (depending on the region) and on PC 20.4 to 31.37 GB.

Among the new features in Update 1.3.0 are, for example, the new level scaling option if you want to adjust individual regions in the game to your character level.

In addition, the skill tree should now better inform you which skills have been added after the launch of the game.

There are also brand new skills, two each for the raven, bear and wolf skill trees.

Furthermore, various bugs and problems in the game are fixed, in the patch notes you can get an idea of all this yourself and find out if maybe one thing that annoyed you in the game is a thing of the past.


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