A long list of bugs is finally saying bye-bye!

Patch 2.10 Released for Assassin's Creed: Valhalla!

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Ubisoft released a new patch full of bugfixes and more – Assassin's Creed Valhalla patch 2.10

Assassin's Creed: Valhalla was plagued with a multitude of bugs and glitches when it released. However, Ubisoft has since made good progress, now releasing Patch 2.10, an update that includes tons of bug fixes, and much more!

Assassin's Creed: Valhalla is a Ubisoft open-world game through and through. Besides endlessly entertaining content, great atmosphere, and gripping stories, the game includes on crucial thing – lots of bugs! Unfortunately, this seems unavoidable in games of this size, but at least the developers at Ubisoft have been working diligently on patches and updates since release.

Thus, we sound the trumpets: bap bu ba baaaaaaaa! PATCH 2.10 IS OUT! It is a relatively large update, and should fix many of these pesky bugs. Ubisoft’s out with the fly swatter!

Assassins creed valhalla landscape

Assassin's Creed: Valhalla is a gorgeous game... when it isn't interrupted by bugs. (Credit: Ubisoft)

Ubisoft has released Patch 2.10 on all platforms. Here is how much you can expect to be downloading:

  • Xbox Series X|S: 7.5GB
  • Xbox One: 6.6GB
  • PlayStation 5: 2GB
  • PlayStation 4: 2-3GB (depending on region, for some reason...)
  • PC: 6.45GB

Patch 2.10 has addressed many bugs and issues. For example, many quest-specific issues and bugs have been fixed, such as the Legend of Beowulf and A Sticky Situation quests. The list of bugs goes from small things like quest markers being displayed incorrectly, to really annoying problems like NPCs not spawning.

Furthermore, there are some general fixes, such as adjusted AI behavior in Stealth, and that the Animus Pulse no longer displays corpses. And if you are a Ubisoft Connect user, and who isn't, you can enjoy a new feature: Achievements!

The full patch notes are pretty long, but if you want to see if an issue you have has been addressed, be sure to check out the full list!

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Original article written by Faris Delalic.

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