The Assassin’s Creed Valhalla DLC release dates are quite important since they’re going to tell players how long their Viking-rich RPG will go on for. Season pass owners will also want to know when they’ll be able to actually play what they paid for, too. So when is the ACV DLC coming? Remember that this is all premium content coming in the season pass or in the game’s gold or ultimate edition.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla DLC release dates
The ACV DLC release dates will be spread out through 2021 in four separate packs after the title comes out in November. These are all the premium add-ons, which are separate from the free stuff coming in the general roadmap (which you can read more about here).
Wrath of the Druids DLC release date
The first expansion, Wrath of the Druids, is coming out in early 2021. Ubisoft was not more specific. But judging by the DLC release dates of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and Assassin’s Creed Origins, it might be around January or so. But given the pandemic, it might be a little after that, too.
This expansion sees Eivor traveling to Ireland to take on an ancient druid cult. You’ll have to hunt them out and trade in Dublin, which was a “trading metropolis.”
The Siege of Paris DLC release date
The Siege of Paris is the second expansion and will release in summer 2021. No specific day was given. Siege of Paris will take players to France (also known as “Francia” during that time) and have “new, replayable activities.” Players will also be able to “infiltrate, create alliances, and try to conquer Paris from within.” Given how it far away it is, Ubisoft did not divulge more details or concrete info.
Legend of Beowulf DLC release date
Legend of Beowulf is not a big expansion, but regular mission that will be at the game at launch. A monster (or person?) has been raging through England and it’s up to you to find out what is going on.