Ubisoft is preparing for a busy vacation season with Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, its second high-profile release within two weeks of Watch Dogs: Legion.
Valhalla is the next installment in the highly popular Assassin’s Creed franchise, and this story will take players back to the Viking Age as they lead their forces in battles against the Saxon forces of the Dark Ages.
With the release of the Xbox series X/S and PS5, which will be released the same week, players will have the choice of platform.
What time is Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla available for download?
Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla will be released on Tuesday November 10th for PS4, Xbox One X, Xbox Series X/S, Google Stadia and PC.
The PS5 version of Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla: Valhalla will be available when the next generation console is released on Thursday, November 12.
Ubisoft has informed fans when they can start preloading and downloading Valhalla on the different platforms, as you can see below.
Here are the download sizes for all platforms:
Xbox series X|S: ~45 GB
Xbox One: ~44 GB
Playstation 5: ~45 GB
Game Station 4: ~45 GB
PC: ~45 GB
The assassin’s creed: Valhalla pre-order bonuses and next generation upgrade options
There are three different issues of Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla for fans to pre-order.
In the standard edition, players will get the full game for the usual price of $59.99 and the mission The Way of the Berserker if they pre-order. Players can purchase the Gold Edition including the game, the Berserker mission and the season pass. This version costs $99.99.
Finally, with the Ultimate Edition, players receive the game, Season Pass, Slayer Mission, Slayer Equipment Pack, Settlement Pack, and Longship Pack, which give players much more customization options.
Buying and upgrading to the Xbox One or PS4 version is easy. PlayStation owners can upgrade their PS4 version to the digital version on PS5 at no additional cost. This upgraded version will enhance the title through raytracing, faster load time due to the ultra-high speed SSD, and adaptive triggers that allow “hand-set reactions”.
Xbox owners can get the Xbox Series X/S version through Microsoft’s Smart Deployment feature. Players get hardware-accelerated raytracing, reduced load times and real-time raytracing reflections.
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