The latest 1.1 update for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is now available, and it promises to address several problems that players have encountered since the game’s release back in November and prepare them for the Yule Festival event which will be arriving later this month.
Ubisoft’s Happy Holidays event has already started, offering free rewards in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and other games by the publisher. Every day, they will be giving away free in-game rewards until December 19, and a few lucky fans will be even given free games.
Ubisoft has already an Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Rewards pack which contains a legendary skin and a Seafarer Settlement pack. In order to claim these freebies, players should have an existing Ubisoft account or make one.
However, this will not be the only seasonal reward for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla fans as the Yule Festival event will be coming out soon according to the publisher’s website. This will be a time-limited event where fans can enjoy new challenges and bonuses in the game.
NPCs called revelers will be added to the game to get the celebrations started and players can encounter them in the east of their settlement. There are also several critical bug fixes being addressed coming along with the update on all platforms.
Ubisoft mentioned that stability and performance will be enhanced and that the splash screen freezes and other problems have been fixed. A few problems regarding audio, animations, and graphics have been resolved, and many glitches that happened to world events, quests, and side quests have also been fixed, such as glitches that prevented players from finishing particular quests or otherwise get stuck.
Hopefully, this update will be the solution fans have been asking for to repair some game-breaking bugs. A major bug has been reported as soon as the game was released that compelled players to reinstall Assassin’s Creed Valhalla in order to proceed in the story.
To fix it, players were forced to download a previous version since an update to the game made the game-breaking bug. There was also a funny and quite shocking glitch that made children appear larger than adults, among much more bizarre and usually release irregularities.
Players were quick in picking up on a lot of serious and silly glitches that the game is still infected with after a month of being released. In the upcoming update, Ubisoft is hopeful that they will get Assassin’s Creed Valhalla into a better working condition.