Assassin's Creed Valhalla: the new update secretly supports the DualSense of PS5

Assassin's Creed Valhalla: the new update secretly supports the DualSense of PS5
Keen to reintroduce Fast Travel in Assassin's Creed Valhalla, Ubisoft developers update their Viking blockbuster to version 1.1.0 to kick off the Yule Festival and introduce tons of fixes and improvements.

The update it will bring the title to version 1.1.0 will be available from 13:00 Italian tomorrow, Tuesday 15 December, by downloading a patch whose weight will vary according to your chosen platform: on PlayStation systems (and therefore on PS4 and PS5</a>) the update will require a download of approximately 2.4 GB of data, which becomes 5.6 GB on PC, 5.7 GB on Xbox One and 6.3 GB on Xbox Series X / S.

As illustrated by the 1.1.0 patch notes, Assassin's Creed Valhalla's major December update officially launches the Yule Festival, a limited-time event that allows Eivor and its community to participate in winter-themed activities, each featuring a reward to be obtained for the own alter-ego. With the latest update, the range of options available to fans to customize and expand their settlement in AC Valhalla is also expanded. There is also the usual batch of corrective actions with interventions to balance the game experience, close the flaws reported by the players and solve the most annoying bugs for the progression of the main story or secondary missions.

At the bottom of the page news you can find the link to the official Ubisoft website with the complete list of news and corrections made by patch 1.1.0. Before leaving the comments, we remind you that on the pages of you will find our review of Assassin's Creed Valhalla.

Update - According to WCCFTech, update 1.10 also adds support for DualSense on PlayStation 5 with the addition of a special effect for adaptive triggers during bow use and a new effect for haptic feedback in combat. These news, however, do not appear in the official changelog released by UbiSoft.