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  • Mordule
    Original poster 43 posts

    As in Odyssey. New content came more often. They were worth waiting for and more frequent and involved than what you have offered with festivals even the bounties were better.. The drought between updates with Valhalla makes me less willing to come back. Why would someone commit to something and then have to wait months to continue? Why would I care about Eivor months later?

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  • Sam_Boo26
    175 posts

    I totally agree with you. I really enjoyed the Lost Tales of Greece in Odyssey; I was always eager to come back. In Valhalla, I'm not interested in the festivals or in the river raids. I've played the two DLCs, but I didn't even play the second one right when it was out like I usually do with Assassin's Creed, and it was because a game I wanted was coming out soon and I didn't want to start another game.

  • TheNorfolkian
    1212 posts

    @mordule That’s a really good point. Also, the festivals are time-sensitive and can never be replayed once concluded, whereas those lost tales were available to any new player coming into the game.

    When Valhalla launched, there was the Way of the Berserker bonus quest, which has since become freely available on Ubisoft Connect. I was under the impression that Ubisoft was going to continue rolling out these independent side stories, but instead we got the Yule Festival.

    Just yesterday, I posted about the Roman ruins that have been unearthed in Rutland... looks like a lost tale waiting to happen.

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