Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Free Trial Between February 24-28: How To Play


Assassin’s Creed Valhalla was released back in 2020, and has since managed to become one of the best entries in the franchise. If you’ve never played the title but want to test it out, February 24-28 would be the best time to do so.

Ubisoft will give players the chance to try out its Assassin’s Creed Valhalla for free between February 24 and 28. It comes just before the Dawn of Ragnarok expansion, which is set for release on March 10, and right after the 1.5 update.

With a four-day weekend trial, the developer is hoping to add more players to the game.

Ubisoft hasn’t revealed much about the trial, but we expect the game to be made available completely free of charge during the trial, just like before. If you decide to continue playing the game after the trial period is over, we also expect that all game progress will be carried forward in the game.

The company has not revealed which platforms all interested players will be able to access the game during the event. The only thing we know is that PC gamers will be able to access game trials through the Ubisoft Connect platform.

While Valhalla is currently the most successful Assassin’s Creed game of all time, Ubisoft is already working hard on the next version. CEO Yves Guillemot was asked during a recent investor call about the next entry in the franchise, to which he replied, “As for your question regarding the Rift, I guess that’s what we can say here. That is, we will not comment further on this. Rumor. What can we say, back to our comments in October, we have a very strong roadmap on the AC franchise for the years to come, with every year very Meaningful content comes in. We reaffirmed our focus on delivering high-quality narrative, and today as we mentioned we are happy to celebrate Valhalla’s great performance so far.” The name of the next game will be Assassin’s Creed Rift.

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