On the weekend when one of the most awaited games of recent years (Elden Ring) is released, Ubisoft reacts with a tempting proposal. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is the great show that the studio has to offer Game enthusiasts.
Until next Monday (February 28), the latest entry in the popular Assassin’s Creed franchise is in free-to-play mode. Promotion covering PC, PlayStation, Xbox, Google Stadia and Amazon Luna platforms.
Over the next few days, players will be able to learn about this Viking world for free. It’s worth noting that the promotion only covers the base version of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, which means you won’t be able to try out its expansions (DLC).
After the free trial of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, you will need to purchase the game to continue your adventure. However, it is important to note that this is a good time to proceed with your purchase of the game, as it is for sale in all stores.
Vikings character Ivor and conquering England
If you are a fan of Vikings raids and adventures, this is the game for you. In it, you will embody Ivor in the conquest of your own plot of land in England, while exploring the myths associated with his person.
Explore new locations, forge new alliances, explore different battle styles and develop your own Vikings warrior. These are the main promises of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, in a campaign that could take over 100 hours to play if you were to explore its massive open world.
This free period also whets the appetite of new players for the game’s biggest expansion. I’m talking about Dawn of Ragnarok, scheduled for release on March 10 with the promise of more than 40 hours of new content.
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