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Forgotten Saga Will Require 12.5GB to 26GB Free DLC for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

Ubisoft has announced the final details of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Forgotten Saga. Tomorrow all players will have access to this great and free expansion pack.

Due to the game’s unprecedented popularity in the French company Valhalla’s Assassin’s Creed franchise, it has received a lot of support. Along with the release of more premium add-ons, the creators intend to offer a lot of free stuff.

But the biggest free update, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Forgotten Saga, is coming tomorrow; material will be available around 15:00. Players must download between 12.5 GB and 26 GB of data, depending on their device: Playstation X|S: 26 GB PlayStation 4: 19.6 GB Sony PlayStation 5: 12.5 GB PlayStation 4: 17.5 GB; Computer: 23.7 GB.

Upon reaching Asgard in the base game, players will have access to a brand new mode dubbed The Forgotten Saga. The choice of gameplay in this mode is said to be “a real struggle”. In the new rogue-lite mode, Eivor explores the depths of Niflheim to face formidable foes.

You can build a new building in Ravensthorpe to access the Forgotten Saga mode when you first visit Asgard in the main storyline. You do not need a power level to use your gear or abilities, and they are non-tradable.

From August 4 to 25, in addition to the new mode, the Sigrblot festival will take place. Players exchange opals there for other perks. You must complete the Grantbridgeshire or Ledechestreskyr story arcs and have a level 2 settlement to access it.

As Ubisoft continues to showcase a new mode that will be available as a free update on August 2nd, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Forgotten Saga’s roguelike DLC looks fantastic.

In a recent video, the RPG creator details the features of The Forgotten Saga’s new expansion, which was unveiled during the series’ 15th anniversary celebration.

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