Players are bothered by microtransactions in Assassins Creed Valhalla
The new title in the killer saga has been getting more and more paid sets, which has been considered a wrong attitude by Ubisoft by a good part of the fans.
When Assassins’s Creed Valhalla was released, the game did not seem to appeal much to microtransactions, which in turn are highly criticized by most players. Unlike its predecessors, the title did not offer many items in its store, but now the situation is completely different.
Nowadays, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla offers several armor that can be obtained through microtransactions, which tends to increase even more with the game receiving a new paid set every two weeks.
Fans are showing themselves uncomfortable with what Ubisoft has been doing, believing it to be an unfair practice. According to the website Push Square, many players are questioning the use of microtransactions in the game. If Ubisoft continues to add paid sets, very soon Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will have more paid armor than can be found during the game.
Even though a good part of the fans are being uncomfortable with the company’s attitude, some players defend Ubisoft and claim to understand that microtransactions in Assassins Creed Valhalla are necessary for the game to continue receiving updates and support.
New Assassin’s Creed in 2022
Assassin’s Creed was for a long time an annual franchise and even had two games in the same year, during the arrival of the eighth generation of consoles. As, according to many fans, the saga began to lose its quality, many pointed to the annual releases as one of the main problems. After Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, Ubisoft paused a year before introducing a general change to the saga. Now, with many RPG elements and a totally different combat system, the saga continues at a somewhat accelerated pace, despite Valhalla being released two years after its predecessor.
According to the French influencer xj0nathan, the one-year interval between titles in the franchise will happen again, with a new game being released in 2022. According to the influencer, Ubisoft Sofia will be directly responsible for the title.
Something interesting is that Ubisoft Sofia was never in charge of developing such a large project, always appearing as a support studio.
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