With the launch of the Update 1.3.1 of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, the dataminers went hunting for clues about the new contents destined to land in the blockbuster Ubisoft RPG and discovered, in doing so, clues about the next activities to be carried out in the open world viking.
Taking a cue from the datamining operations carried out by AC Valhalla’s “hidden code explorers”, the content creator known as AndyReloads has summarized all the possible surprises Ubisoft should have in store for Eivor emulators shortly thereafter.
According to what the youtuber reconstructed drawing on the information obtained from the latest activities of the dataminers, the Norse peoples of the open world dimension of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will soon participate in the Oskoreia Festival. In keeping with the information present in the portions of code obtained from the dataminers, the Wild Hunt Festival should be held in mid-October and involve players in a series of activities focused on giving gifts to Odin and honoring the spirit of the dead as the Wandering God passes through. the sky on his horse, Sleipnir.
The Festival of Oskoreia (or Festival of the Wild Hunt), is expected to provide access to new missions to unlock special rewards including armor, tattoos and items of equipment. The clues collected by the data miner are linked, albeit indirectly, to the information shared at the beginning of September by Ubisoft with the latest update on the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Roadmap at the end of 2021. Waiting to receive feedback from the French company, we refer you to our review of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla The Siege of Paris.