Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla shares how to access The Siege of Paris; new trailer

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Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla shares the launch trailer for its second expansion, The Siege of Paris. The French company shows us what environments we can expect in one of the playable portions most awaited by its followers. Will be marketed from August 12 on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PC and Google Stadia at a price of 24.99 euros; included in the season pass. You can see the video in the header of this news.

How to access the expansion?

To access the expansion you must have completed one of the first two narrative arcs of England, either the Cambridgeshire o Leicestershire. This means that from the beginning of the game you will not be able to access The Siege of Paris, but you will have it very close. Once landed in Norway they will be available for you to complete.

Once you have the expansion installed and meet the access requirements, you will see some new visitors from France in Ravensthorpe. In a press release, the company assures that these characters “will offer suspiciously generous gifts.” From that moment the mission will start.

The community can expect from the expansion the range of content to which we are accustomed: new weapons, skills, equipment and abilities. One of the most important elements revolves around the infiltration missions, where the study alludes to the ‘Black Box’ missions that became popular in the franchise, especially in the Assassin’s Creed Unity installment. For those who do not know what it is about, they give you several tools with which to choose how you want to finish the objective, which includes the scene itself and the approach route.

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“This new adventure set in France plunges Eivor into a dangerous series of missions in the territory of the Franks, culminating in one of the most famous battles in Viking history,” they underline from Ubisoft.

Source: press release (Ubisoft)


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