Ubisoft is not fairly able to formally announce a brand new Murderer’s Creed recreation — at the least not but — however it does have loads of different content material in retailer for Murderer’s Creed Valhalla, together with a brand-new rogulite mode due this summer season.
Titled Forgotten Saga, the mode is described as a “recent take” on the sequence’ components and will likely be free to all gamers. It brings to thoughts Hades, the smash hit roguelite from Supergiant Video games; solely as a substitute of the Greek underworld, it can characteristic Niflheim, which fulfills the same position in Norse mythology.
As many followers have noticed, delusion has taken on a better position within the Murderer’s Creed sequence of late. Conceived as a reasonably lifelike tackle historical past, the sequence has recently been crawling with mythological creatures like Surtr. Forgotten Saga’s journey to Niflheim seems to be extra of the identical.
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On prime of Forgotten Saga, Ubisoft additionally introduced that Murderer’s Creed followers can anticipate one ultimate installment in Eivor’s story. Like Forgotten Saga, this content material will likely be a free chapter for all gamers and can arrive on the finish of 2022.
The bulletins had been a part of Murderer’s Creed fifteenth Anniversary Celebration Steam, which celebrated the discharge of the unique Murderer’s Creed in 2007. The Mastery Problem Pack 2 and the Armory will likely be returning as a part of the occasion, as will festivals. Ubisoft additionally introduced that there will likely be new caves to discover as a part of the search to unravel the thriller of the Tombs of the Fallen.
Murderer’s Creed Valhalla was first launched again in 2020, with its most up-to-date enlargement being Daybreak of Ragnarok. Reception has been muted for the Norse-centric entry within the long-running sequence, resulting in hypothesis that Ubisoft may be prepared to maneuver on to the previously-confirmed Murderer’s Creed Infinity, however the improvement staff appears to have just a few extra surprises in retailer for this 12 months.
Asside from Murderer’s Creed Valhalla, Ubisoft introduced that Murderer’s Creed Origin’s new 4K 60fps patch is now obtainable, and that it is going to be free to play from June 16 to June 20. Valhalla’s Discovery Tour, Viking Age, can also be receiving a stand-alone launch on consoles, Stadia, and (at a later date) Luna.
Anticipate tons extra content material within the run-up to the announcement of the following Murderer’s Creed, and regulate IGN for much more because the Summer season of Gaming continues.
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