Ubisoft was forced to remove elements from the latest Assassin’s Creed Valhalla the fix after certain new additions to the game caused the game games to fail.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla received a major new patch last week and added a set of new features and bug fixes to the game – including the often requested Transmog support.
But it wasn’t just good news: The release of the patch saw bugs and crashes of players enjoying the game on all platforms, and Ubisoft now had to take steps to ensure that the damage from the update could be kept under control.
“We are aware of the increased number of crashes in and around Ravensthorpe since Title Update 1.2.0,” Ubisoft announced during the week. “Our team is working on a solution that should be ready sometime next week.” In the meantime, thank you for your patience. “
The permanent fix is set to be pushed out soon, but when it does, it remains somewhat uncertain. Since the patch was launched, Ubisoft has implemented a server-side patch that “addresses the rise of crashes near Ravensthorpe” by removing Easter-themed event decorations near your hometown.
“We are deploying a server-side hotfix to address the increase in crashes near Ravensthorpe.” The decorations of the settlement will be temporarily removed and the tasks of the Ostara Festival including the decorations will not be completed. Thank you for your patience, as our team will release a permanent fix soon! “
We hope to address these issues before Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s first major expansion, Wrath of the Druids, is released in April.