We didn't think we'd be writing about juicy rumours for Assassin's Creed Valhalla over a year after its release, but that's just how things have panned out for Ubisoft's hugely successful open worlder. According to in-the-know games reporter Tom Henderson, Valhalla is getting a surprise DLC this month, which could be announced at The Game Awards on Friday. And it really would be a surprise, because the Assassin's Creed Valhalla season pass never mentioned a third DLC.
So is this actually happening? Well, we know for sure that Valhalla's next title update will arrive in December (probably next week, based on findings by PlayStation Game Size). However, Ubisoft has yet tell us what the update will include. If this DLC rumour is real, then the update could add support.
Henderson doesn't stop there, though. He also states that Valhalla's 2022 expansion — which has previously been confirmed by Ubisoft itself — is massive, clocking in at around 40 hours in length.
Honestly, this claim doesn't surprise us. It's long been assumed that the 2022 expansion was originally its own Assassin's Creed game, but it was folded into Valhalla following covid setbacks, and because Valhalla was still doing so well commercially.
In any case, with The Game Awards airing in just a few days, and the new update dropping within the next week, it won't be long until we get confirmation on this rumour. Would you be up for a surprise Valhalla DLC? Start preparing for a new voyage in the comments section below.