Yesterday we informed about the reports of youtuber j0nathan about the Siege of Paris expansion for Assassin's Creed: Valhalla. Known for providing reliable information, the netizen published another leak, this time about the third, not yet officially announced DLC, tentatively named Meteor, ofwhich he found new mentions in the game's files. Details - in French - are available in the material below.
In a nutshell: the continued presence of mentions of the expansion suggests that something is indeed up and we are not just dealing with the remains of an old idea. Moreover, the expansion is most likely being developed at Ubisoft's Sofia branch. According to Darby McDevitt, a former employee of the company and scriptwriter of, among others, Black Flag, Muspelheim, which until now seemed the most likely location pf Meteor, will be a mirror image of North Africa (just as the Asgard present in the base game was a reflection of Scandinavia) and it is there that the action of a possible third expansion for Valhalla will take us. This could mean that the creators will use some of the material from Assassin's Creed: Origins, where we travelled across ancient Egypt.
There is also another possibility, namely that Meteor could focus on Odin's journey through the nine worlds, which the mythological All-Father took after the death of his son Baldur.
At this point, however, these are just leaks that may as well never be officially confirmed by Ubisoft. So no matter how solid they look - or how much you'd like them to turn out to be true - take them with a grain of salt.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla was released in November 2020 on PC, PS4, PS5, XONE and XSX|S. The game is still being developed and improved by Ubisoft, because despite more than half a year having passed since its release, it still contains a lot of bugs.
- Assassin's Creed: Valhalla - official website
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- Assassin's Creed Valhalla - game guide
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