Murderer’s Creed Valhalla’s subsequent main replace will full the “Tombs of the Fallen” puzzle-focused DLC.
Replace 1.6.1, which can be launched on Tuesday, September 27, will characteristic three new tombs scattered throughout England full of historic traps and puzzles.
“Watch and discover deep waters, molten lava and Isu teachings to unravel historic puzzles and discover misplaced treasures,” Ubisoft stated in an announcement.
Murderer’s Creed Mirage: Cinematic World Premiere
The replace can even embody a brand new settlement constructing, the Runeforge, the place gamers can flip the perks of at the moment owned tools into runes in change for silver.
And it’ll add new cosmetics commemorating the franchise’s fifteenth anniversary, together with a set of tattoos.
The Oskoreia pageant will return from October 20 to November 10, promising new actions, quests, and unique rewards.
A listing of bug fixes and enhancements included within the replace could be discovered within the official patch notes.
The most recent story DLC for Murderer’s Creed Valhalla, The Final Chapter, will carry the protagonist Eivor’s journey to an in depth later this 12 months.
Six upcoming Murderer’s Creed video games have been mentioned throughout this month’s Ubisoft product showcase.
The following installment within the collection can be Murderer’s Creed Mirage. Launched in 2023, it takes place in ninth century Baghdad on the peak of its Golden Age and is described as “a particular homage to the primary Murderer’s Creed”.
With gameplay centered on parkour, stealth and assassination, Mirage marks a return to the adventure-style Murderer’s Creed video games launched earlier than the Origins, Odyssey and Valhalla RPG collection.
The following flagship collection after Mirage, codenamed Purple and Hexe, can be launched as a part of the brand new Murderer’s Creed Infinity franchise hub.
Created by Odyssey Ubisoft Quebec beneath the identical artistic director, Purple is ready in feudal Japan.
It is going to be adopted by Ubisoft Montreal’s Hexe, which reportedly revolves round witch trials within the closing phases of the Holy Roman Empire.
Ubisoft can be engaged on a standalone Murderer’s Creed multiplayer sport and two video games for cell gadgets.