The post-launch content for Assassin's Creed Valhalla has already been undeniably strong. We've had a ton of free content, as well as a fully fledged expansion in the form of Wrath of the Druids. As Ubisoft deviates from the traditional one-per-year strategy for the series, there are some huge plans coming for the game which will carry it into next year.
It all kicks off with the release of the game's second expansion - The Siege of Paris. It's scheduled to arrive a lot sooner than we anticipated with a launch window of this summer. The return of Black Box missions will be making an appearance here, which were seen in previous games and allowed players multiple paths to take down their target. Its long been a fan-favourite inclusion in the series, so it's great to see it return.
But the extra content won't be stopping there. 2022 will see the launch of more expansions, according to Ubisoft. These seem to be a bit more spiritual in nature and relate more directly to protagonist Eivor. How many expansions and whether another Season Pass will need to be purchased remains to be seen, but fans can expect plenty of additional content regardless.
If all that wasn't enough, Discovery Tour from the past few entries is making a return later this year. You'll be able to learn more about the world, collect some form of rewards, and take an educational trip into the past.
There's a bright future on the horizon for Assassin's Creed fans, and the extra time put into Valhalla means the next entry will be given more time to cook. We're eager to see where the next adventure takes us, but as for now, we'll happily dive into more quests in merry old England.
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