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  • sidgirl
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    I finally managed to get my hands on a PS5 last year--I got lucky in the "Sony lottery" and got an invite to buy, so if anyone is still looking and hasn't signed up with Sony, make sure you do, my Brothers!--and at that time, instead of switching all my current PS4 games to the PS5, I just went with a new PS5 title from a different company (so I don't want to mention the name, but it's about samurai, and it's amazing, btw). So I basically left Valhalla for a while.

    The AC showcase/Mirage trailer got me freaky excited about Mirage, though, and I remember Basim from Valhalla, so I decided to load Valhalla into my PS5 and try to figure out how to transfer my save. I figured this process might take a while and involve cords and bringing the PS4 from the bedroom into the living room where the PS5 is, etc etc. So once the game was all loaded, I opened it up, looking for the "Transfer from PS4" option.

    Turns out...it's not necessary!! I guess because I'm always logged into my Ubisoft account through my PSes, my PS4 game was already in there, ready to go, as soon as I opened the game! I had the "Continue" option right there, just like I'd been playing on the 5 all along.

    This might not be a big deal for some, and it might not be new information for most, but I had no idea that would be the case, and I'm really pleased about it. It saved me a decent amount of time, and possibly some trouble, and I just think it's pretty cool.

    So thanks, Ubisoft! That really made it easy for me to pick Valhalla up again, and I genuinely didn't think it was going to be so simple. (If only the controls were as easy to remember/get back into, lol. I keep dodging instead of attacking because my fingers are so used to Hit Square To Attack.)

    (I'm excited to see if my old Odyssey save will do the same--I'm guessing it won't, but we'll see, I guess! I hope there's at least some way to transfer it, because I'd hate to lose the 375 hours I put into it.)

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