Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: DLC Discovery Tour is free and arrives on October 19th

Content is part of educational experiment that Ubisoft has been launching since AC: Origins

A Ubisoft will release on October 19th O Free DLC para Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Discovery Tour: Viking Age (Era Viking), interactive educational experiment similar to those already launched Discovery Tour: Ancient Egypt for Assassin’s Creed: Origins, e Discovery Tour: Acient Greece (Ancient Greece) for Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey. The additional content, however, will differ from previous versions, being, according to Ubisoft, placing more emphasis on historical content.

The company’s intention to to change the DLC formula a little is to make your Ubisoft educational experiment more fun and informative than the previous ones, and for this the company is working in partnership with several museums such as the Hampshire Cultural Fund, National Museum of Denmark and British Library. The partnership promises to guarantee real historical objects to the collection within the DLC, and will also ensure that some of the partner institutions use the own DLC as part of its tours in special exhibitions as of 2022.

In addition, the players will be able to assume the role of real historical figures and live some of your adventures like described in the historical records, learning a little more about the 19th century Anglo-Saxon history in an interactive and non-violent way.

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in spite of arrives October 19th as a free DLC for Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, history fans who don’t have the game but would still like to enjoy the content. may purchase a stand-alone version of DLC in early 2022 and that will be sold for $20.00 on Xbox, PlayStation, Google Stadia, Amazon Luna, and possibly PC platforms.

The versions Ancient Egypt e Ancient Greece are on sale at the Uplay store for R$ 24.00, and cost R$ 59.99 full value, What can it be indicative that the value of The Viking Age is also adjusted for our scenario, especially when it comes to educational content.

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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is available in the country for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4,¬†PlayStation 5 and PC goes Uplay, Steam e Epic Games Store and received in August the expansion “the siege of paris” that resumes a more stealth-oriented gameplay.


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Via: Gamespot Source: Ubisfot

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