Ubisoft has just released a fresh patch for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, bringing not only various fixes and quality of life changes but a brand-new game mode called Mastery Challenges with unique rewards. You can download title update 1.2.2 right away across all platforms.
Valhalla’s major addition is in-game support for Mastery Challenge mode, containing various trials of the Bear (melee combat), Wolf (archery), and Raven (stealth). By fulfilling different objectives, you will unlock valuable rewards, including the new gear sets, that there’s never enough.
To find the challenges, Eivor will have to explore the world for the new shrines, hidden everywhere. It is better to reach at least Power Level 221 to successfully perform those trials. In addition, you have to complete the Uninvited Guests main quest prior to beginning Mastery Challenges.
The new patch also brings three new passive skills for Eivor, allowing you to use the bow while mounted, block incoming attacks with a shield from all directions, and knock enemies back while sprinting in combat.
Lastly, the devs have slightly rebalanced optional River Raids game mode, adding increased rewards when raiding at higher alert levels, and improving Jomsvikings’ attack power. Of course, there are ton of different issue fixes and further balancing for the base game and Wrath of the Druids first story DLC. Those interested can find the whole list of improvements here.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla title update 1.2.2 is already available for download across Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Ubisoft Connect, Epic Games Store, Stadia, and Luna. The update is about 5 to 18 Gb in size depending on the platform.
During the recent Ubisoft Forward show, the company has officially announced that Valhalla will be the first game in the series to receive content support for a second year. As seen in the first teaser, Eivor will travel to Muspelheim realm at one point. Before then, the players will get The Siege of Paris expansion this Summer and Discovery Tour this Fall.
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