Plus, a crossover with Odyssey was also confirmed.
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Ubisoft announced today that the next expansion for Assassin's Creed Valhalla will arrive on March 10. The expansion, Dawn of Ragnarok, will transform players into Odin, the Norse god of death, battle, wisdom, and most everything else.

Ubisoft says that Dawn of Ragnarok will be the "biggest expansion to hit the Assassin's Creed franchise yet." They say that this expansion will feature more content than some of the full games in the series had. This expansion will also be set entirely within the realm of Norse mythology and takes place after the Asgard and Jotunheim story arcs from the main campaign.

This new adventure puts the one-eyed god on a journey to save their son, Baldr, held captive by the fire giant Surtr in the dwarven realm of Svartalfheim – a mythical new world about one-third the size of England. Under occupation from the fiery realm of Muspelheim (as well as icy Jotunheim), Svartalfheim has become a hostile, lava-filled landscape patrolled by flame-wielding enemies, some of whom can do things like revive their fallen comrades. To survive, Odin will need to find hidden Shelters across the world, and seek help from the dwarves who’ve taken refuge in them.
Odin will be able to utilize an artifact called the Hugr-Rip that allows him to draw new powers from defeated foes. Some of the abilities he will unlock includes the ability to become immune to fire and magma, turn into a raven to cover distances quickly, or even transform into a Muspel to freely walk among them. Odin will also be able to put freezing effects on his weapons as well as raise the dead to fight alongside him.

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In the here and now, Assassin's Creed Valhalla will have a crossover event with Assassin's Creed Odyssey. On December 14, the free crossover update will be released. Actually, there is some new content for Assassin's Creed Odyssey that is also coming at the same time.

This crossover begins in Odyssey with a new free story, "Those Who Are Treasured." This story finds either Kassandra or Alexios traveling to the island of Korfu following the events of Odyssey's main story. In Valhalla, "A Fated Encounter" will take Eivor to the Isle of Skye in Scotland where they'll end up fighting Kassandra somehow.

A brief explanation of this content can be found below. There are spoilers included so don't read if you haven't played nor beat these games yet.

“Those Who Are Treasured” can be played after finishing Chapter 1 of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and reaching Megaris, although it’s recommended that players finish the main game’s three story arcs – Family, Cult of Kosmos, and Mythology – for spoiler reasons. This story sees Kassandra finding a new purpose in life: hunting down First Civilization artifacts. “A Fated Encounter” will open up after Assassin’s Creed Valhalla players complete the quest “A Wise Friend,” in which Eivor helps Valka establish herself in Ravensthorpe.

“There’s more to the encounter between Kassandra and Eivor, and I hope that players will be able to see that, even throughout the years, Kassandra is still Kassandra,” says Nogrix. “Even if she, over 1,300 years, could have seen the rise and fall of the Roman Empire, traveled the world, and seen a zillion things, she’s pretty much herself, still.”

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Finally, you will be able to play Assassin's Creed Odyssey for free from December 16-19 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Stadia, and PC through either the Ubisoft Store or Steam. Remember when Assassin's Creed games were released on Steam? Odyssey was the last one that came out before Ubisoft did that whole Epic Games Store and Uplay thing.

By the way, Ubisoft executives still have not satisfied any of the demands made by their employees.