Now that its many hiccups have been dealt with, Ubisoft has announced an extension to Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s Ostara festival. Kicked off in mid-march, the festival was initially slated to end on April 8 but its accompanying patch brought an outbreak of bugs and glitches which kept players out of the fest’s Ravensthorpe setting.
This forced Ubisoft to disable the festival in an attempt to resolve errors and prevent any new ones from cropping up. Thus, the festival, which was set to run for a limited time period as it is, experienced an almost week-long shutdown before the game devs deployed Patch 18.104.22.168 on March 26.
The patch focused on tackling crashing problems, as well as restoring the festival’s settlement decorations and event quests.
The festival has now been extended by a week and will conclude on Thursday, April 15. This should allow players more time to explore the content in full, given that the festivals’ shutdown significantly ate into its availability across all platforms. Additionally, this should also placate all the players who had their doubts about not having enough time to experience the festival in its entirety.
Next-up in line for AC Valhalla content is its first major DLC, Wrath of the Druids, which will arrive on April 29. As per Ubisoft, the DLC brings players to Ireland to uncover the secrets of a mysterious ancient cult. Throughout their playthrough, players will discover the occult forests and haunted landscapes of Gaelic folklore while gaining influence among regional kings.
Wrath of the Druids will be followed by The Siege of Paris which is set to drop this summer.
About Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
Developed and Published by Ubisoft, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is the latest instalment in the Assasin’s Creed series launched in November 2020. The action-adventure, role-playing video game is available to play on Playstation 5/4, Xbox One/ Series X/S and PC.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla takes players back to the Vikings’ glory days around the 9th century through the eyes of a Viking invader from Norway named Eivor. By playing as Eivor, gamers must represent the clan and help fellow warriors in the battle against Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms. The game brims with phenomenal main quests along with noteworthy side quests. AC Valhalla will also embrace many new features like dual-wielding of various weapons and armours.