In addition to sharing details of Update 1.3.2, Ubisoft shared a roadmap of the upcoming content for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
For many fans of the franchise, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is one of the finest Assassin’s Creeds since Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood. Ubisoft recognized this and has consistently provided material to the game, resulting in a high number of active users.
This will continue to happen, at least in the near future, as the French company, in addition to revealing all the content that comes with the new 1.3.2 update that improves the graphical quality of the game in Google Stadia and fixes many bugs that have brought the last two updates and the last DLC ‘The Paris Siege,’ revealed the roadmap of the main novelties that we will see in Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla in the coming weeks.
The major goal of the 1.3.2 update is to get the open-world game ready for the next Discovery Tour: Viking Age, which is planned to launch on October 19th (and is free for all existing players). Aside from that, we’re looking at a slew of general game enhancements, which is always welcome. Among the most significant changes are:
Main Quests, World Events, and Side Activities
- The Siege of Paris: Toka was unresponsive during the Warlord of Melun quest.
- The Siege of Paris: Richardis remained stuck if a horse was placed at the cave’s entrance during Sister of Sorrow.
- Wrath of the Druids: Unable to collect prison key during Courting the Kings.
- Eivor could summon mounts during the fight with Fenrir.
Graphics, Audio, and Animation
- Numerous graphics or lighting issues.
- Various animation issues.
- Numerous Menu Narration issues
- Wrath of the Druids: Percussion arrow could interrupt Ciara’s special attacks.
- The Siege of Paris: Frankian merchants sold the same tattoo patterns that were already purchased.
- Reaper healing perk triggered when switching equipment.
- Scaling options stopped scaling under certain circumstances.
- Players could buy extra resources by going to different merchants across Francia.
- Numerous issues with the Spinning Harpoon ability.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla roadmap
According to the roadmap of forthcoming material for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, version 1.3.2 will arrive on Tuesday, October 5. As previously stated, this will not bring new content but will address known issues and difficulties. On Tuesday, October 19, a new free addition for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla dubbed Discovery Tour will be released.
The many Assassin’s Creed video games transport us to different eras of history, and the latest versions of the franchise have allowed us to learn more about these eras owing to the Discovery mode.
The Viking Age Discovery Tour, which will allow you to explore and interact with the history and culture of the Viking Age, will be available beginning October 19. It will have a purely educational component because it will allow you to explore and interact with the history and culture of the Viking Age.
As a result, any player, regardless of age, will be able to freely explore the various places in order to learn more about them, the civilization at the time, and the culture of England and Norway in the ninth century. A unique game option that will be available for free to PC owners, as the addition will be exclusive to that platform for the time being.
To conclude the announcement, there will be a new update as well as this year’s special event, the Oskoreia Festival, a special limited-time event in which gamers will be able to join for free.
Although the roadmap has already been shared, we still have no information regarding the 1.4.0 update and the Oskoreia Festival. It is expected that in the coming weeks, Ubisoft will share more information about these two free updates. If you want to go deep in all the changes of the 1.3.2 update, check it out here.