Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has just gotten its file size for Xbox Series X. The game which had its release date moved up to November 10 will be just 50 GBs on Xbox Series X/S. The news primarily came through the Xbox Store, which updated the listing, and added an approximate size of 50 GB.
Assassins Creed Valhalla was originally set to release on November 17, but that date was later changed to November 10, because it had to be a launch title with Xbox Series X. The game is optimized for the next-gen console, allowing users to play it on 60 FPS at 4K Ultra HD resolution. In addition, it’ll also support Smart Delivery, therefore, users will have to buy it once. Last but not least, the game also features HDR10 support.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Gameplay circles around the Vikings era. Players will get to play in an open-world map that is a bit bigger than Odyssey, taking control of Eivor, who plans on raiding England with his small army. Ubisoft has also added the option to play as either female or male.
The game is available for pre-order in three tiers. The first edition is Standard, which will set you for $59.99. Second-tier is the Gold Edition for $99.99, which is going to get you a season pass only. The third one is Ultimate Edition, which will not only get you a season pass but also add a couple of other bonus items for $119.99. The base game is $60, which sounds awesome, since the majority of next-gen games are $70, and companies feel the price is justified.