Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: this patch fixes a host of bugs

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla welcomes today an important patch, both on PC and on consoles. It doesn’t add new content, but fixes many bugs that spoil the player’s experience. It is possible to download it now.

Assassin's Creed Valhalla

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla enjoys today a big patch 1.1 supposed to greatly improve the gaming experience. Ubisoft has detailed its content through a patch note long as the arm. The objective is obviously to correct the many bugs present in the game as well as to facilitate exploration. No new content has been added.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla was released on November 10. This time, the series takes us to ninth-century England, in the midst of the Viking Age. The experience is fairly agreed upon, but therefore effective. However, it is marred by a number of bugs of all kinds.

We no longer count the times we met faced with a script that did not launch, a character stuck in the background or simply facing an NPC with erratic behavior. Crashes are also legion. And we are far from being the only ones to have noticed these concerns.

Available on all platforms

This patch fixes many of those issues, Ubisoft says. Likewise, technical stability is enhanced. We also note the improvement some gameplay related bugs, like a stuck 12 arrow quiver (while it can be upgraded to carry more) or the ability to exit a specific level (which we won’t reveal for spoilers) at any time.

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The patch is available on all platforms. It weighs around 2 GB on PS4 and PS5, 6.6 GB on Xbox One and 7.5 GB on Xbox Series X. The PC version is also affected with a 6.4 GB patch. Note that the game is automatically updated. day on Stadia and you don’t need to do anything.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will host more hotfixes in the future, but above all two major DLCs, the first of which will be released in the spring. The latter will take us to Ireland, where we will have to investigate a mysterious company of druids. The second will feature a very famous episode from the High Middle Ages, namely the siege of Paris by the Vikings.