Following a number of reports about Assassin's Creed Valhalla crashes in the wake of Title Update 1.2.0, Ubisoft promised that a solution should be ready sometime next week.
It's quite unfortunate to have sections of your playerbase plagued by crashing, especially on substantial updates, but the team said they're aware of it and working on a solution.
"We're aware of increased instances of crashes in and around Ravensthorpe since the release of Title Update 1.2.0. Our team is working on a solution that should be ready sometime next week. We thank you for your patience in the meantime", they tweeted.
Players should still make it to the much-touted feature of Assassin's Creed Valhalla's Title Update 1.2.0 - Ostara Festival. The new limited-time event will have players doing egg hunts and earning special rewards up until April 8, 2021, so hopefully, the players' crashing woes subside by then.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla 1.2.0 also added the close camera option and a few new skills, which should help player pass the time until the launch of the game's first story DLC - Wrath of the Druids.
"Diving into Gaelic myths and folklores, you'll need to fight their way through haunted forests and dazzling landscapes while gaining influence among Gaelic kings", the team wrote, and the storytelling potential is undeniable even from the short blurb.
Same goes for Assassin's Creed Valhalla's second DLC, The Siege of Paris, which tells one of the tales that helped propel Vikings into the lore, to begin with. Historically, it's a tale of mad bravery, genius planning and flawless execution, so it will be quite interesting to see whether and how Ubi do it justice.