Update: And just like that, Ubisoft has confirmed that the second expansion for Assassin's Creed Valhalla, titled The Siege of Paris, will launch on the 12th August.
Original Story: Assassin's Creed Valhalla is supposed to be getting its second expansion, titled The Siege of Paris, this summer — but Ubisoft is yet to grace us with a release date. However, the DLC has now been spotted on Sony's servers by the ever-reliable PlayStation Game Size, meaning that it can't be far off.
In all likelihood, The Siege of Paris is dropping in early to mid August. A Microsoft Store leak that occurred over the weekend had the expansion down for the 5th August, but we don't know whether that's entirely accurate.
For context, it's worth pointing out that the previous DLC, Wrath of the Druids, launched roughly three weeks after it was added to the PlayStation Store database. As such, we could be looking at a 12th or 19th August release date for The Siege of Paris — both Thursdays, which is when new Valhalla content tends to arrive.
In the meantime, a big Assassin's Creed Valhalla patch is due on the 27th July — that's tomorrow at the time of writing. It's going to add level scaling, and, supposedly, one handed swords.