Assassin s Creed Valhalla Great success for Ubisoft ACV is the second sequential game of the publisher

Assassin s Creed Valhalla (from 39,00 € at Buy) is a great success for Publisher Ubisoft. According to the current annual report (until the end of September 2021), the game in less than twelve months has become a second more frequent, profitable title for the company since its foundation in 1986. The publisher emphasizes in the context again the importance of the brand for the company.

Ubisoft: Assassin s Creed Valhalla has been overwhelming since its publication Assassin s Creed Odyssey on a whole line, especially due to higher DARPU values ​​[Daily Average Revenue by User, average daily revenues per user]. In this quarter, the enlargement Siege of Paris has under The management (…) of Ubisoft Singapore has been developed, a record number of players achieved. We plan to deliver great new content for year 2 by Assassin s Creed Valhalla, especially in the second half of the current financial year.

The next extensions for Assassin s Creed Valhalla should therefore appear until the end of March 2022. Which contents will include Year 2 is still unclear. Rumors: According to DataMiner J0Nathan (via Eurogamer), the name of the new extension Dawn of Ragnarok. She should play in Svartalfheim, the home of the dwarfs. The fiery residents of Muspelheim should seem to appear in the dwarf. Under certain circumstances dark elves could appear.

NOUS SOMMES DES VIKINGS ! ???? (Assassin's Creed Valhalla ft. Locklear)

For Assassin s Creed Valhalla, two extensions, multiple patches / updates as well as recently published the Discovery Tour: Viking Age on PC.

Also Far Cry 6 laid out a good start according to Ubisoft. The first sales figures correspond to those of Assassin s Creed Odyssey. The playing time per player should be 25 percent higher at FC6 than in Far Cry 5.

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