Ubisoft Forward: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Year 1 Siege of Paris and Discovery Tour

See what's coming.
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Ubisoft confirmed that there’s a second year of DLC content for Assassin's Creed Valhalla. But that doesn’t mean that "Year 1" is over. There’s still new content arriving which include The Siege of Paris expansion and a "Discovery Tour."

Besides these major additions, there are also regular free events and of course the usual updates. One of the things players can expect in future updates is to be able to use one-handed swords.


The Siege of Paris expansion will be launched this summer. It introduces a new region called Francia and recreates the infamous Viking battle, however, the expansion isn’t limited to Paris. In this one, Eivor takes on new quests and builds alliances, and discovers new weapons and gears. Players can also face off against new enemy types and learn new skills and abilities.

The expansion also re-introduces the Black Box Infiltration missions. For those who can’t remember, these are where players get a goal to accomplish while having the freedom to decide how they want to do it. The Siege of Paris is available as part of the game’s Season Pass or can be bought separately.

A Treat for History Buffs

This fall, players with Assassin's Creed Valhalla get to try out the Discovery Tour: Viking Age. If you’ve tried Discovery Tour: Ancient Egypt or Discovery Tour: Ancient Greece, then you probably have an idea how it works.

Unlike the main game, the Discovery Tour puts players in the world of the game but through a nonviolent and interactive learning experience. This content was developed by partnering with many historians and archeologists.

The Druids

The Season Pass had already released the first expansion back in May. Wrath of the Druids has Eivor go all the way to Ireland, meet some mythological creatures, and learn more about an ancient druidic cult.

Assassin's Creed Valhalla was released in November 2020 on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Google Stadia, and Amazon Luna. The game has received favorable reviews with critics citing the narrative and the mix of different gameplay systems.

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