All players will receive free seasonal content such as in-game events, new settlement buildings, and fresh games modes. Each season will last for three months and the first one begins in December 2020.
Owners of the game’s season pass, which is included in the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Gold, Ultimate and Collector Editions, will get an exclusive Legend of Beowulf quest at launch, and be able to visit new locations in a pair of story expansions next year.
Launching in spring 2021, Wrath of the Druids will see players travel to Ireland to uncover the mysteries of an ancient druidic cult. “Diving into Gaelic myths and folklores, they’ll need to fight their way through haunted forests and dazzling landscapes while gaining influence among Gaelic kings,” Ubisoft says.
The Siege of Paris expansion, which retells the Viking invasion of France in 845 AD, will follow in the summer of 2021. “During this key moment in history, players will infiltrate the fortified city of Paris and the River Seine under a prolonged siege, uncover enemy secrets, and form strategic alliances to safeguard their clan’s future.”
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will be released on November 10 for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS4, PC and Stadia, with the PS5 version arriving on November 12. It will also be available via Amazon’s recently announced cloud gaming service, Luna, at a later date.
Ubisoft will release Discovery Tour, an educational tool that lets players explore its games in a battle-free environment, for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla in 2021.