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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Title Update 1.6.0 is 23GB in size, full patch notes

Ubisoft has announced that the Title Update 1.6.0 for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will release tomorrow. This patch is 23GB in size on PC, and below you can find its complete changelog.

Going into more details, Title Update 1.6.0 adds a new free game mode, The Forgotten Saga. This new mode will provide a formidable challenge for players with a unique quest to defy fate. Moreover, the Sigrblot Festival returns to the game. To access the Sigrblot festival players much reach England and complete one of the first two narrative arcs (Grantebridgescire OR Ledecestrescire) and be at least at Settlement Level 2.

Title Update 1.6.0 also addresses some bugs and issues. For instance, it resolves an incorrect thumbnail for Edward Kenway’s outfit in the Inventory screen. It also fixes an issue that could cause Reda to only offer one daily contract instead of two.

As always, Epic Games Store and Ubisoft Connect will download this patch once it becomes available. Below you can also find its full release notes.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Title Update 1.6.0 Release Notes

NEW CONTENT

New Free Game Mode: The Forgotten Saga

Added the new free game mode to the game.

Plunge into the depths of Niflheim and face overwhelming odds in this exciting, rogue-lite inspired, free game-mode for Assassin’s Creed® Valhalla. Accessible for all players once they have reached Asgard in the main game. This new mode provides a formidable challenge for players with a unique quest to defy fate.

After you’ve visited Asgard for the first time, a new building can be constructed in Ravensthorpe that will provide access to the Forgotten Saga mode. There are no power level requirements to access this content, and the equipment and perks you have unlocked throughout England do not transfer over.

SIGRBLOT FESTIVAL RETURNS!

The Sigrblot Festival has returned to the game.

Sigrblot returns to Ravensthorpe for a limited time. From August 4-25 participate in the festival and exchange opals for exclusive festival rewards. To access the Sigrblot festival players much reach England and complete one of the first two narrative arcs (Grantebridgescire OR Ledecestrescire) and be at least at Settlement Level 2.

BUG FIXES & IMPROVEMENTS
EXPANSION 3: DAWN OF RAGNARÖK
MAIN QUESTS, WORLD EVENTS, AND SIDE ACTIVITIES

Addressed

  • The movable light beam in Alethorpis stuck, making it impossible to solve the puzzle for the Book of the Knowledge.
  • Unable to move the stone block to obtain the Dwarven Blacksmith Cloak in Svaldal.
ASSASSIN’S CREED VALHALLA
MAIN QUESTS, WORLD EVENTS, AND SIDE ACTIVITIES

Addressed

  • Cannot complete the quest Wedding Horns, as Rued spawns in dead.
WORLD

Addressed

  • Reda only offers one daily contract instead of two.
MASTERY CHALLENGE

Addressed

  • Anderitum Hideout Raven Challenge: Addressed the persisting issue that prevents the looting of the key from Destroyer if the player has already acquired it without unlocking the door.
MISCELLANEOUS

Addressed

  • When using Dual Spears the light combo finisher attack doesn’t work as intended.
  • When using the Algurnir Dane Axe, perks from other Bows and Gear will not activate.
  • Twilight pack shows as available for purchase when it is owned on Xbox and PC platforms.
  • Discounts for owning gear from a pack in the animus store isn’t consistent.
  • The VFX from the Blood Elf Eye-Wrap gear can be seen during some cutscenes.
  • Selecting “Sell all trinkets” at a store will sell trade goods as well.
UI/HUD

Addressed

  • Button prompts in pop-up messages in the store do not align correctly with the pop-up box.
  • Incorrect thumbnail for Edward Kenway’s outfit in the Inventory screen.

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