Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s lifeline is slowly approaching its cessation after leaving a lasting impression on the fanbase. The slow-burning yet enriching experience crossed some of the prominent Assassin’s Creed entries in recent years. However, the developers are possibly leaving fans with an unexpected treat as a goodbye.
The last Valhalla content update arrived a week earlier than initially planned, and its datamine has revealed enticing details. A prominent dataminer, MAK Moderator, dived into the game’s files to stumble upon different armor sets from Destiny 2 and Monster Hunter Rise. The unexpected leaks are nothing short of a goldmine.
In other words, the surfaced armor sets suggest that Ubisoft may be planning a gigantic crossover for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, including both games in the future.
- Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s last content update hints toward a crossover with Destiny 2 and Monster Hunter Rise.
- The collab could bring Destiny and Monster Hunter-inspired items to Valhalla and vice versa.
- A well-renowned dataminer dug through the last update for the game and bumped into armor sets heavily inspired by Destiny and Monster Hunter.
- The data mining revealed armor sets like Lord Shaxx, Saint-14, Arc Staff, Dawnblade, and Monster Hunter-inspired Odogaron.
MAX Moderator posted a new YouTube video where the dataminer investigated the latest Assassin’s Creed Valhalla update. MAX stumbled upon solid evidence that suggests an impending collab with Destiny 2 and Monster Hunter, possibly with Monster Hunter Rise.
The video investigated several armor sets, including Destiny 2’s Lord Shaxx, Saint-14, Arc Staff, Dawnblade, and a Gjallarhorn-themed sword. Moreover, Odogaron from the Monster Hunter series was scooped during the datamining of Valhalla’s files in the title’s latest update.
MAX revealed the playable armor sets found in the game’s files, but some were not accessible to the dataminer yet. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla-inspired armor sets’ eventual arrival on Destiny 2 and Monster Hunter Rise is also possible in the forthcoming crossover.
It is impossible to predict what the armor sets will cost on the Helix Store, but getting them will likely be a grind. Ubisoft is still not done with crazy content for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, arguably surpassing some of the most outlandish additions already in the game’s store.
The armor sets look vastly different from the ones in Destiny 2 but still retain a deep and suitable resemblance. Ubisoft has toiled hard to ensure the sets conform to the Destiny 2 style while also fitting the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla setting, which is reasonably arguable.
To most fans, the armor sets are ostensibly too “sci-fi” for the medieval setting, making them upset in online forums. It has divided the fandom over a spectrum, some arguing that these out-of-place additions in the Helix Store ruin the game’s essence altogether. The other side wants to look cool in sci-fi armor sets.
The datamined armor sets steer towards a possible significant crossover planned for the future involving Destiny 2 and the Monster Hunter series. Ubisoft may announce it in the future as Valhalla fans indulge in the last major content update for the game.
The collab with Destiny 2 and Monster Hunter would be one of the best see-offs done by Ubisoft, but it remains to be seen when it is officially announced. However, we suggest taking it with a grain of salt, as Ubisoft may never go forward with the now-anticipated collab.
The leaked game files may remain unimplemented files, which seems unlikely given the track record with past boisterous updates. It will be intriguing to see Titan armors in a Viking-themed Assassin’s Creed title, to say the least.
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