Ready for “future content and game updates”.
Ubisoft will release a new update for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla next week, and ahead of its arrival, the publisher warned that it will require players to download the full game, ranging from around 40GB to 78GB, depending on the platform, again.
Ubisoft shared the warning in a post on its forum, explaining that a full download would be required with the 1.4.1 update as part of the base game restructuring necessary for the development team to support “future content and game updates.” of Valhalla.
As for what that future content may be, Ubisoft announced that Valhalla would receive a second year of updates in June, confirming that several new expansions were on the way, starting in 2022. The publisher has yet to share details, but the clues were spotted. at the Valhalla Trophy. list have suggested that the first one will be titled Dawn of Ragnarök.
Additionally, spoilery leaks have suggested that Ubisoft is planning the return of a major character from Assassin’s Creed, as part of an unprecedented crossover.
According to Ubisoft, next week’s update will require a download of approximately 78GB on PC, 67GB on PS4, 40GB on PS5, 62GB on Xbox One, and 71GB on Xbox Series X / S. However, by consolidating existing game files, The update promises to deliver faster loading screens, improved global data transmission, and overall runtime performance. Gamers can also expect smaller game sizes across all platforms, as detailed below.
Disk space used after installing 1.4.1
- PC ~ 77 GB
- PS4 ~ 75 GB
- PS5 ~ 77GB
- Xbox One ~ 63 GB
- Xbox Series X / S ~ 72 GB
Disk space saved after the rebase
- PC ~ 34 GB
- PS4 ~ 30 GB
- PS5 ~ 13 GB
- Xbox One ~ 30 GB
- Xbox Series X / S ~ 44 GB
Ubisoft says more specific details about the upcoming Assassin’s Creed Valhalla patch, including its precise release date and content, “will be coming soon.”