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I would like to add the following:
After someone hinted that this might be indeed an issue that the Game is causing with the latest Nvidia Driver (460.89) regular crashes i went back and installed instead the 457.30 Driver from early Nov. with the result that i am now InGame since freaking three hours without an single issue and the Game seem to be running like a freaking tank again even i have been Alt-Tabbing the [censored] out of it to see how the Game is performing or if i can force a Crash to the Desktop.
I strongly would therefor advise that if you had an similar experience with the Game since the lastest Update to roll back (Download the 457.30 Driver and just install it over your current Driver (i did choose without the Geforce Experience this time to be sure nothing can cause those current issues i had since last year) and do an restart of your System so the older Driver does kick in.
Preparting an Log File of my System Reports for Nvidia so they and Ubisoft can look into it, since i can go back and forth and each time i install the 460.89 again and load up Valhalla i can repeat the same Crashing Experience witht he current Driver.
The current Nvidia Driver (460.89) from Mid Dec. caused my Assassin's Creed Valhalla (1.1) Installation to crash each 15-20. Minutes, installing the 457.30 from early Nov. (9th) and an reboot of the System fixed those issues.
Just came here to say that Canterbury is literally crashing here too on my Intel/Nvidia System similar to your current experience. And as others too it will always afterwards show up in the Windows Report too that the Game is crashing the most recent Nvidia Driver.
This can be repeated as much and as many times i want to do it. The installed Nvidia Driver is the 460.89. Whatever the Game is doing, it does crash the Nvidia Driver in Canterbury and probably other Regions too.