Ah, what might be extra festive than getting very drunk and beginning a brawl?
Valhalla’s Yuletide Competition is now dwell, and brings with it some festive adjustments to your Viking settlement from seventeenth December to seventh January. You’ll be able to count on numerous snow in Ravensthorpe, together with revellers and a wide range of Yuletide actions to maintain you entertained, together with drunken brawls, archery challenges “and extra”. Collaborating in these actions earns you Yuletide Tokens which could be redeemed for a spread of goodies within the Competition Store. You’ll be able to take a peek at the list here.
It is value noting, nonetheless, that this occasion solely unlocks as soon as you have accomplished one of many story arcs (comparable to Grantebridgescire or Ledecestrescire), and the rewards can solely be redeemed throughout up till seventh January. The gadgets vary from 15 to 150 tokens in worth, with the sum whole of all of the gadgets reaching 775. Gamers have discovered that the utmost you possibly can earn in a problem is 70 tokens by doing a full round of brawling, so if you would like every little thing, you could possibly be there some time.
The Yuletide Competition marks the beginning of Ubisoft’s first season of post-launch content material for Murderer’s Creed Valhalla. The subsequent main replace is the River Raid mode, which is able to introduce three replayable maps full of drugs, silver, runes, books of data and extra. It’s going to additionally convey a brand new Jomsviking Corridor to your settlement that may help you recruit extra Jomsvikings to your river raids. As somebody who’s already, er, mauraded all of the monks in England, it is good to see Ubisoft is introducing some replayability to the raiding characteristic with the following main replace.
General, gamers appear to be fairly pleased with the Yuletide Competition and plans for additional updates, however the latest transfer to introduce XP boosts to the store post-launch has been somewhat less popular.
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