While everything indicates that we will not have There is no new episode of Assassin’s Creed this yearUbisoft certainly does not intend to leave licensing enthusiasts behind. In fact, as we know, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla I will not only welcomeحب new extension during summer, Siege of Paris, but will also benefit from Additional post-launch content As we were able to learn through Lubisoft striker. But while we wait to find out more about it, Ubisoft Montreal continues to provide regular updates for its title, which is also coming soon. Today at 2 pm at Version 1.2.2. This patch that It will weigh between 5 and 19 GB Depending on the platform, it will allow file insertion A series of unreleased content.
starting from Free mode “Mastery Challenge”, which is a task similar to a new one that the player is required to pass Various tests to prove its strength By finding havens scattered around the map. Each of them will give access to Three challenges: Bear, Wolf and Crow, which are to test your skills in fighting, shooting and stealth. Definitely, Many rewards are at stakeKnowing this for example gives access to more combat options. Note however that you must be at least level 221 to be able to access it, as well as complete the main quest “Uninvited Guests” after reporting Grantebridgescire and Ledecestrescire.
That’s not all because this update will also include Three new skillsto know Archer on horseback (Allows Ivor to use his archery skills on horseback), shield master (Allows Eivor to automatically block an enemy attack) and on fire (Allows Ivor to run nonstop towards enemies to hit them for stamina.) from his side, River Raids mode welcomes some modifications Especially through the show Higher alert levels for better rewards, a Rebalancing the Jomsvikings’ attack power and the Possibility to buy Wayland armor in the store in exchange for foreign goods. Not forgetting to correct many bugs, which are clearly part of the game.
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