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  • Ubi-WhiteRoom
    Community Manager Original poster 24 posts

    Hello everyone, 

    In order to continue supporting Assassin's Creed Valhalla with future content and game updates, Title Update 1.4.1 will require players to re-download the entire game as part of a data restructuring. 
     
    Timing: This update will occur next week, with more details on the date and patch content coming soon.  

    The upcoming Title Update consolidates the game files, resulting in a smaller overall game size on all platforms. Additionally, performance should improve with this data restructuring, with faster loading screen times, improved world data streaming, and overall runtime performance.  

    Note that only the base game needs to be redownloaded. Expansions will not be affected by the restructuring.  

    The size of Title Update 1.4.1 for each platform can be found below. 
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    Download size from 1.4.0 to 1.4.1:

    • PC ~78 GB
    • PS4 ~67 GB
    • PS5 ~40 GB
    • X1 ~62 GB
    • XS ~71 GB


    Disc space used after installing 1.4.1

    • PC ~77 GB
    • PS4 ~75 GB
    • PS5 ~77 GB
    • X1 ~63 GB
    • XS ~72 GB


    Disc space saved after rebase:

    • PC ~34 GB
    • PS4 ~30 GB
    • PS5 ~13 GB
    • X1 ~30 GB
    • XS ~44 GB


    Exact size may vary based on the language pack installed.

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    Your Assassin's Creed Community and Development Team.

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