Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Forgotten Saga roguelike mode announced

Ubisoft is ready to celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of the saga.

Ubisoft has just announced the start of the celebrations for the 15 years from Assassin’s Creedwhat the French publisher has defined as an opportunity for their teams to thank all the fans who have made these 15 years of history and shared passions truly unique and incredible.

In addition, the publisher said that surprises, collaborations, rewards and more will be on the way in the coming months. And on this occasion they announced that a section on the special site has been opened today, with the programming of a whole series of special live streams organized on Twitch and YouTube: https: // youtu .be / 7fqkMF2Jp6s.

Ubisoft is ready to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

The Assassin’s Creed teams hope you will enjoy this celebration and invite you to join them next September to discover the future of Assassin’s Creed during a very special event.

But the surprises aren’t over yet, as Ubisoft has announced a new free content from Assassin’s Creed Valhalla thanks to a support for Year 2 Defined as unprecedented with the return of festivals, the Mastery Challenge Pack 2, Armory options and new caves to explore this fall to solve the mystery of the Tombs of the Fallen.

Also during this summer, fans will be able to enjoy the roguelite journey of Odin in the Niflheim region with the new mode, The Forgotten Sagawhich offers a new take on gameplay, which is free for all Valhalla players.

And at the end of the year, the Assassin’s Creed teams will reveal the latest episode of Eivor’s story as a free chapter for all. Ubisoft also once mentioned support for 60fps on Origins on both Xbox Series X / S and PS5.

And to celebrate the update with the community, a free weekend has been announced for Origins from June 16-20.

For the past 5 years, our teams’ passion for making history more accessible has resulted in three chapters of the Discovery Tour franchise. In an effort to facilitate access to learning, we are happy to announce that Discovery Tour: Viking Age is now available even if only on consoles and on Stadia as for PC.

We are also honored to partner with McGill University’s Faculty of Education to develop guides for faculty and alumni, available online for free to help them get the most out of Discovery Tours as classroom tools: tour / curriculum-guide

To celebrate 15 years of Assassin’s Creed, each week a game will offer new content, rewards and interactive experiences for all on the dedicated site: As a start, some Origins tattoos and a naval pack are now available for Valhalla.

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