Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: A Timeline for Future Updates

Game news Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: A schedule for the next updates Posted on 04/24/2021 at 4:28 PM Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will be released in October and will be expanded for the first time on May 13th after a slight postponement. In order to achieve more transparency, the game team has published a schedule for the next updates and has described the process that leads to the deployment of the patches in detail. First, Ubisoft is postponing the release of Update 1.2.1 to April 27th to lay the groundwork for the Colère Des Druides expansion. More minor patches are likely to follow, leading to Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Update 1.2.2, expected in late spring, along with a new championship challenge. In order for players to understand what a patch is and what it means in relation to work, a blog post was published: Today we wanted to let you know about the process of setting up a patch. ‘A game update and the roadmap for upcoming updates according to our predictions. The gaming community is at the center of everything we do and we constantly strive to provide you with the best possible experience. However, we understand that some of our recent updates did not meet your expectations and our own standards. We’ve made some changes to the production tools and pipelines to provide more robust updates and we’re about to bring them to you. We’re also switching from a 4 to 5 week game update rate to allow for more fine-tuning and testing. For example, Ubisoft clarifies the difference between a hotfix and a title update. The first is a temporary solution that doesn’t affect the code while the title update introduces profound changes. The first has the advantage of not requiring downloads, while the second allows a game to be improved over time. In addition, the creation of a patch is based on a very specific process. First, developers need to identify an issue either through internal testing or through player reports. You then need to successfully reproduce the problem to determine the causes. Once this is done, the patch will be developed, which will then be tested. When these operations are validated, the patch is sent to the partners, who then authorize the deployment. The details of each of these phases can also be found in the corresponding article. Ubisoft then gives us a few examples to illustrate the point. Therefore, the fish shortage in England is partially corrected with Patch 1.2.1. However, in order to definitively resolve this issue, it is necessary to review the balance and functioning of the systems in relation to fauna, which is why the full resolution of the problem has been postponed until June. At the same time, the quest Eldorman’s absence has been fixed, but due to concerns arising from very specific situations, players may not find a solution to their situation in the patch. Finally, Ubisoft mentions the “Porcine Prescience” quest that had some concerns. In this particular case, the developers state that they classify the concerns based on severity and repetition. This content was complementary and did not hinder progress in the main story. It wasn’t a priority. However, we are told that the quest has been fixed and the effects will be visible in version 1.2.1, which will be available at the end of the month. About Assassin’s Creed Valhalla By MalloDelic, journalist MP

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