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News video games 21 February 2023, 13:01

author: Agnes Adamus

Assassin's Creed Valhalla Support Ends

Assassin's Creed: Valhalla will receive patch 1.7.0, which will end the game's development. The update will fix the last bugs present in the title.

Development of Assassin's Creed: Valhalla is coming to an end. At the beginning of December we received the DLC crowning the story of Eivor. Now, we will get the final update, which will fix the last bugs appearing in the game. After its release, Ubisoft will completely focus its attention on the next projects in the series (such as this year's AC: Mirage).

Patch 1.7.0 will debut simultaneously on all hardware platforms, and its sizes are as follows:

  1. Xbox Series X|S: 15.1 GB
  2. Xbox One: 9.9 GB
  3. PlayStation 5: 0.5 GB
  4. PlayStation 4: 1.6 GB
  5. PC: 6.3 GB

The list of changes included in patch 1.7.0 is not exceptionally long. It includes fixes for problems that so far could make gameplay quite unpleasant. Among other things, the developers have fixed a bug causing purchased items to disappear from the inventory. Players should also no longer have trouble receiving weekly rewards and upgrading Raven Clan Crew outfits.

In addition Assassin's Creed: Valhalla will also get minor fixes, e.g. for problems with the operation of the internal store and visual glitches. Interested parties can see the full list of changes here.

  1. Assassin's Creed Valhalla Review - The Assassin We All Wanted
  2. Assassin's Creed Valhalla - game guide

Agnes Adamus

Agnes Adamus

Associated with since 2017. She started with guides and now mainly creates for the newsroom, encyclopedia, and marketing. Self-proclaimed free-to-play games expert. Loves strategy games, simulators, RPGs, and horrors. She also has a weakness for online games. Spent an indecent number of hours in Dead by Daylight and Rainbow Six: Siege. Besides that, she likes horror movies (the worse, the better) and listen to music. Her greatest passion, however, is for trains. On paper, a medical physicist. In fact, a humanist who has loved games since childhood.