The Paris DLC’s killer Crowd Valhalla blockade has finally got a release date. Ubisoft said in an official announcement that the second killer tube Vallala expansion, The Siege of Paris, will go live on August 12.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s next big expansion, The Siege of Paris, will be released next month
The new chapter will remove Ivory from Quest in a new series in France. Following the fury of the expansion of the Sage Druids in Paris, players will have the opportunity to “reclaim the most ambitious battle in Viking history, including the original historical historical figure of war-torn France.” Players will also witness the release of the Place Paris soundtrack, which will take place on August 12 with the “Elephant” -Sit of Honor.
“During this final moment in history, players will infiltrate the long-besieged city of Paris and the river, protect the secrets of enemies and form strategic alliances to protect the future of their dynasty,” the developer noted.
Ubisoft also said that this expansion will bring back Black Box penetration missions with a new purpose for heroes, new skills, abilities and gear.
Significantly, the release date for the second expansion was released as part of Valhalla Title Update 1.3.0 which is set to roll out on all supported platforms on July 2 The latest update will add several improvements, new content, skills and level scaling. E.g. Here’s an insight into the latest update patch note (via the Ubisoft Valhalla update page) –
Dear Title Update 1.3.0 Patch Note Details
A new menu option has been added to the game to adjust NPC levels based on players’ preferences. Anyone can choose from the following options-
Off = scaling off; Enemies appear as specified in the description of the territory.
Default = lower enemies are brought up to 50 power level under player level (how to play the game).
Constant = Enemies will have at least the same power level in the player.
Tough = Enemies will have 30+ power levels than players
Nightmarish = Enemies will have 60+ power levels above the player
The boss’s face and game modes won’t affect it because they have their own purposeful difficulty settings.
Skill Tree Update
As quoted by the developer, the introduction of the skill tree has improved visibility for new skills added at a later time. Added an option that will automatically acquire all the skill nodes needed to reach the currently highlighted node (if you have enough skill points).
• Lightly fingered: Ivor will now automatically loot around with the help of a quick shake of the wrist (without pressing the interact button). War Thrill: Get adrenaline as long as you are in conflict.
Id Hydrun Slam: With powerful knee slam, press 2 more to hit enemies from behind. দ Idun’s Heart: Passively regenerate recent health damage after a short delay.
V Survival propensity: When less than one-third of health is held -> hold for partial healing (exchange adrenaline for health).
Wolf Warrior: Your loss reduces your health.
The update will also improve quests, side activities, performance and stability on the table. In addition, the Seagullblot Festival on July 29 will allow players to celebrate a traditional Viking summer theme. The limited-time event will run from July 29 to August 19 and will include new festivals, quests and players taking part in the event with exclusive festival awards like a one-handed sword. One should note that in order to enter this festival (via PCGammer) you have to reach England and fill in the two Grantribejjesier or Ledestressesair narrative arcs and the level of compromise will be two levels.
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