Assassin’s Creed is one of the longest running AAA titles the gaming world has ever seen. This year will also see a lot of action from RPG games. The game’s developer Ubisoft has made some announcements about the franchise including new DLC for the existing Assassin’s Creed Valhalla game as well as hints at the next big game from the makers.
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Ubisoft has revealed that the studio will be making some major announcements about the Assassin’s Creed franchise in the month of September. It might as well be a brand new Assassin’s Creed title. If Ubisoft plans to announce the game in September this year, the title could see the light of day in the next two years. Apart from this, nothing much has come out yet.
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The new DLC will further expand the game. Valhalla already has the wrath of the Druids, the Siege of Paris, and the dawn of Ragnarok. Now, there is a new mode that has been introduced in the game and is called Forgotten Saga. For longtime Assassin’s Creed fans, this will be a very different experience than previous Assassin’s Creed titles. The new mode is called Forgotten Saga.
The new Forgotten Saga mode will be free for all users who own Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. The game will look very different as it will be inspired by Roguelite and will come with features like ultimate-death, procedurally generated maps and much more.
In the new mode, the protagonist of the game Ivar will enter the realm of Norse mythology of Niflheim. The realm is often referred to as Frozen Hell. Evor will take the beasts of this realm to reach Loki’s daughter. The game trailer claims that players will fight, fail and learn. Every time Ivar dies, he will come back with a better skill set.
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