Following reports that Ubisoft are planning a big expansion for Assassin's Creed Valhalla next March, the French publisher's announced they're releasing a new update next week. However, that'll require players to fully download the game again.
As spotted by Eurogamer, Ubisoft confirmed through a forum post that players need to re-download Valhalla as a part of a data restructuring. Calling this update 1.4.1, that'll allow them to further support "future content and game updates" for the game.
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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s Next Update Requires Redownloading the Entire Game
Additionally, Ubisoft revealed the update file sizes, which you can check below:
Download size from 1.4.0 to 1.4.1:
- PC ~78 GB
- PS4 ~67 GB
- PS5 ~40 GB
- Xbox One ~62 GB
- Xbox Series ~71 GB
Disc space used after installing 1.4.1
- PC ~77 GB
- PS4 ~75 GB
- PS5 ~77 GB
- Xbox One ~63 GB
- Xbox Series ~72 GB
Disc space saved after rebase:
- PC ~34 GB
- PS4 ~30 GB
- PS5 ~13 GB
- Xbox One ~30 GB
- Xbox Series ~44 GB
This follows the rumours that a new DLC's also arriving this month, alongside the rumoured "Dawn of Ragnarok" expansion, speculated for a March 2022 release. Make sure to follow us for more gaming news and updates as it happens.