‘Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’ expansion spotted in datamine

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Venture into the Dwarf Realm of Svartalfheim in the next expansion

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a data mine Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has revealed possible details about the game’s upcoming expansion.

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frequent leaker j.nathan shared a video breaking down his findings. A deeper look at the code reveals that the DLC will be titled Dawn of Ragnarok and will be set in the dwarven realm of Svartalfheim.

Achievement and trophy information was also revealed, such as completing “all areas of Svartalfheim”, questing “all dwarves’ shelters” and “fully upgrading Odin’s bracer”. There are also combat achievements such as “kill 30 enemies with one atgir” and “teleport killing two enemies and fly away without being detected”.

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As well as new locations to explore and weapons to use, the expansion will reportedly also include new abilities for the Eevor, such as being able to become seemingly invisible, fly like a crow, and teleport arrows.

This leak came not long after Ubisoft unveiled its autumn roadmap. Valhalla. It has released two updates so far, an educational Discovery Tour that allows players to go on guided tours of 9th-century Viking-England. In addition, a free expansion – now considered Dawn of Ragnarok – and a time-limited Oskaria Festival, a Norwegian tradition that celebrates the Wild Hunt.

beyond the next few updates for valhalla, the future Assassins Creed The series is currently tied in the upcoming assassin’s creed infinity, a live-service game that will see the series switch to regular updates rather than stand-alone entries.

In other news today, fans of Norse mythology will be pleased to know that God of war PC will be available on January 2022. Plus, Japanese video game developer Suda51 has teased three brand new original games from its Grasshopper studio over the next ten years.

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