Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has been one of the biggest recent successes of Ubisoft, and for many users, the game chosen to premiere the new generation of PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S. After several free updates with events such as the Ostara Festival, the first big paid DLC will arrive at the end of this month of April, Wrath of the Druids, which will take us to Ireland to investigate a cult, with many elements of Gaelic folklore.
Its second expansion, The Siege of Paris, will arrive at a date to be determined, evidently with a completely different setting than the base game and the first DLC. Every expansion It costs 24.99 euros separately, or 39.99 euros in the battle pass, and they are the only ones announced … at the moment.
Youtuber @ xj0nathan, known for his good history of leaking information that has turned out to be true, has something to say. In the archives of the latest update Valhalla has discovered a new file that references a “DLC 3”. The first ones have the names of Ireland and France, referring to their setting … and this third DLC is called Meteor.
– j0nathan⚡ (@ xj0nathan) April 3, 2021
The meteorites have started to fall at times in AC Valhalla after the last update, as pointed out by @TheCodexNetwork. Will it have something to do with it? Most likely, actually, it is a Codename, similar to that of Assassin’s Creed Rogue (called “Comet”).
– CODEX (@TheCodexNetwork) April 4, 2021
Previously, Jonathan anticipated the setting of Valhalla, even anticipating that the protagonist’s name was Jora (one of the Valhalla scriptwriters confirmed that it was one of the names they shuffled for Eivor), making it one of the most reliable “leakers” about the Assassin’s Creed saga that we can find.
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This leaker also believes that Ubisoft will launch a new, smaller Assassin’s Creed game, Rogue style, later this year or early 2022, as an appetizer to the next great game in the saga, as we read in Resetera.
Be that as it may, what seems likely is that this third DLC (if real, of course) has started its development recently, due to the success of Valhalla, greater than expected. Ubisoft itself already said in the publication of its latest financial results that Valhalla “would have more DLC than usual.”