Assassin's Creed Valhalla: Ubisoft rolls out massive patch with hundreds of changes




Assassin's Creed Valhalla welcomes a massive patch 1.1.1 which fixes many bugs and adds several elements to the game.

A big fix across all platforms, weighing in at around 7.5GB on Xbox Series X | S, 6.6GB on Xbox One, 2GB on PS5, 3GB on PS4 and 6.4GB on PC. Note that the patch also concerns the Google Stadia and Amazon Luna versions.


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The Animus should glitch less

Ubisoft has cracked a patch note on Reddit covering all the changes made by version 1.1.1 of Assassin's Creed Valhalla. And the studio does not seem to have been idle to get rid of many annoying bugs or spoiling the immersion of the game. Goodbye for example the flying boats - even if this bug was rather nice.

Among the fixes made are many fixes related to quests not working or simply not ending. Much of the patch also focuses on improving artificial intelligence, which has been highlighted as lacking in savvy in the Assassin's Creed series.

There are also the usual performance and graphics optimizations, as well as improvements to the animation and sound quality of the title.






 Many “Quality of Life” type additions and the arrival of successes on Ubisoft Connect.

Along with a list of bug fixes as large as a Jötunn, this fix adds a few things that will make life easier for many players.

Among other things, the Animus pulse will only show enemy corpses when needed, the quiver and rations will automatically refill with each upgrade. Finally, it will be possible at any time (beware of spoilers) to leave Asgard, where the first quest had to be completed before.

Ubisoft is also adding a few more accessibility options, such as full dubbing of letter content, previews of color blind options, and subtitles.

Finally, Ubisoft includes in-game support for the successes of its Ubisoft Connect platform. The results will therefore be displayed correctly in game after fulfilling the necessary prerequisites.

Assassin's Creed Valhalla is set to continue to develop and will receive in Spring 2021 the first in a long series of DLCs taking Eivor to Ireland to deal with druids and Gaelic mythology. The DLC focusing on the historic Siege of Paris should follow in the summer of 2021.



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