new campaign and The Forgotten Saga for free

Ubisoft has aired a short special event to kick off the Assassin’s Creed fifteenth anniversary celebrations. Today has not been the turn to reveal the future of the franchise, for that we have to wait until September, but the leading role has fallen on Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, which will be the first game in the saga to receive a second year of free content. The schedule includes a story to wrap up Eivor’s campaign and a roguelike mode called The Forgotten Saga.

“This summer you will be able to enjoy a unique take on Assassin’s Creed gameplay,” says Jose Araiza, producer of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. “We are pleased to present you with a preview of The Frogotten Saga, our most ambitious new game mode, which will be free to all Assassin’s Creed Valhalla players.” roguelike will take Eivor to the kingdom of Nifelheim where Hela, Loki’s daughter in charge of the underworld, awaits. It’s time to fight, fail, learn, improve and try again.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla players who want to know how Eivor’s adventure ends will have to wait until the end of the year. It will be then that Ubisoft will reveal the last episode of this character’s story, which began his campaign leading his people from Norway to the Anglo-Saxon England of King Alfred the Great at the end of the 9th century. In the absence of more details, we are satisfied with knowing that this chapter will be free, like the rest of the content of the second year that the game developed by Ubisoft will receive.

As for the rest of the content, over the next few months all Assassin’s Creed Valhalla players can look forward to festivals, an armory update, the Mastery Challenge Pack 2, and new tombs to explore in the fall to close the mystery of Tombs of the fallen.

On the other hand, Ubisoft has announced that as of today Discovery Tour: Viking Age, an interactive and non-violent experience to discover the world of the Vikings and the Saxons, is available as a stand-alone version for Xbox and PlayStation consoles, as well as platforms. of streaming Stadia and Moon. Finally, Ubisoft has recalled that Assassin’s Creed Origins can already be played at 60 frames per second on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series. To celebrate, from June 16 to 20, you can try the game for free.