According to the reports, Ubisoft have two Assassin's Creed Valhalla DLCs to announce very soon. One of them is a massive, 40 hours expansion that is scheduled for March 2022.
It looks like Ubisoft decided to expand Valhalla with more content than initially planned. The latest info, which comes from reliable industry insider Tom Henderson, states that Assassin's Creed Valhalla will be getting two more expansions.
The first one is reportedly coming later this month with a potential announcement at The Game Awards 2021 show (Friday, December 10 at 02:00 AM CET). This expansion is expected to be smaller, similar in scope to the already released Wrath of The Druids and Siege of Paris.
However, the second expansion is where things get very interesting. According to Henderson, the scope of this one is pretty massive - It will be around 40 hours long. The release date is scheduled for March 2022.
"A massive DLC expansion coming in March 2022. It's expected to be around 40 hours of additional gameplay and will be a "God of War-style" expansion, whatever that means," Henderson tweeted.
Rumour has it that one of the expansions will tie in to Assassin's Creed: Odyssey, allowing players to play as Kassandra once again. Keep in mind that this is just a rumour so take it with a grain of salt.
We've also heard details about this massive DLC, which will reportedly be about Richard the Lionheart. Apparently, this was supposed to be a standalone title, developed by Ubisoft Sofia studio, but the publisher ultimately decided to morph it into an expansion for Valhalla due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the success of the Eivor's adventure.