Ubisoft has released a free game update for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, which includes a new game activity, the second part and conclusion of Tombs of the Fallen, and a new feature, the Rune Forge.
Check out some of the details of the free update below:
- The Rune Forge is available to build in players’ settlements once it has been upgraded to Level 4. With the forge, players can turn the perks of their currently owned gear into new runes in exchange for silver.
- Players can play the final part of Tombs of the Fallen. They will have to find their way through three mysterious tombs rigged with ancient traps and complex puzzles. Only the most dedicated adventurers will discover buried secrets from a fallen civilization. Scattered throughout England, these enigmatic tombs are available from the moment players unlock Ravensthorpe, their settlement.
- Additionally, special rewards are available in-game via Ubisoft Connect to celebrate the 15th year of the franchise. Players can enjoy the AC15 settlement pack and ink their character’s skin with a dedicated AC15 tattoo set.
More free content will be coming to Assassin’s Creed Valhalla by the end of the year. First, the Oskoreia Festival takes place from October 20 to November 10. Players will take on the festival’s Wild Hunt by defending their settlement from harmful spirits and prove the strength of the Raven Clan. The festival will offer activities, quests, and a variety of new rewards.
Additionally, everyone can enjoy the different pieces of art that artists from all around the world have been creating as part of the franchise’s celebrations via a unique digital art exhibition available on the Assassin’s Creed website.
The full list of artists includes:
- Aleksandra Mirosław
- Dani Sanz
- Fabrizio Tzinaridis
- Falling In Sand
- Fat Cap Sprays
- Kerby Rosanes
- Kim YoungJu
- Laura Rubin
- Lee SuYeon
- Marcello Barenghi
- Mars aka Mr.Moris
- MORT x Lndmrk agency x Festival Mapp
- Raita Kazama
- Rilke Roca
- Rudy Willingham
- The Butcher Billy
- Woo YongGok
In particular, Kerby Rosanes is an artist from the Philippines that has been chosen to represent Southeast Asia, and you can view his awesome artwork below.
Since the launch of the first Assassin’s Creed game 15 years ago, the Assassin’s Creed franchise has sold more than 200 million games worldwide and is now established as one of the best-selling series in video game history.