The Chinese store has leaked Dawn of Ragnarok, the upcoming expansion pack for Assassin's Creed Valhalla, which is slated to launch on Monday night.
The players managed to get their hands on screenshots, details, and even the release date of the expansion - March 10th. Based on the description, Dawn of Ragnarok will be the largest DLC in the history of the series. It tells the story of the war that captured the Nine Worlds after the abduction of Odin's beloved son by the fire giant Surtur. Events will unfold in different universes, including the dwarf world of Svartalfheim, which is in decline. Eivor will face the tragedy of the supreme god, along with which he will acquire a unique superpower associated with lightning.
In the screenshots of the add-on, you can see the special equipment and abilities that will appear in the add-on - apparently, Eivor's raven will be able to turn fiery. According to the data miners, during the passage of Dawn of Ragnarok, players will be able to get a number of new abilities and new types of weapons. These include short-term invisibility, the ability to fly like a raven and revive enemies, teleportation arrows, a spear piercing through the mail, ice powers, and much more.
There were rumors back in October that Assassin's Creed Valhalla players were waiting for Dawn of Ragnarok, and not so long ago they were confirmed by the well-known insider Tom Henderson. According to him, the passage of a large-scale DLC in the spirit of God of War will take about 40 hours. In addition, he also talked about some kind of December addition, which, perhaps, the developers will inform us about in December.
Valhalla should receive a fresh update next week. It will provide gamers with more options to tweak the difficulty, stealth, and exploration of the game, as well as dramatically reduce the amount of space it takes up. Players will be required to re-download the size of the entire base game (40GB to 78GB depending on the platform).
There are also new rumors that Ubisoft Studio will release a cooperative spin-off Assassin's Creed about hunting monsters in different periods and fantasy worlds. There are also new rumors that Ubisoft Studio will release a cooperative spin-off Assassin's Creed about hunting monsters in different periods and fantasy worlds. The spin-off is believed to be in development codenamed Titans since 2019. The main sources of inspiration for the authors were Horizon Zero Dawn and Monster Hunter: World. Gamers will be offered to fight monsters in groups of up to four people.