PC players of Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla figured out how to hack the game to access the premium cosmetics for free. This includes all the current items as well as those which have not even released yet. The hack seems simple enough and revolves around the popular Cheat Engine software. With it, players can gain access to armour sets such as the Berserker, Valkyrie, Draug, Huldufolk and more.
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A few minutes with the Cheat Engine software hack and Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla on PC can be the experience it was meant to be (without the overpriced armour sets). Users are able to gain access to all the cosmetics which would usually cost around 2000 Helix Credits. This is around R359 worth of in-game purchases depending on the platform. Keep in mind that Reda also sells some of these items but the grind to earn those darn opals can be a turnoff.
PC users were also able to get hold of unreleased cosmetic packs for items which Ubisoft has yet to activate in the game. This includes Ezio’s Brotherhood outfit as well as a wolf set. Users shared these cosmetics on the forum.
If Ubisoft does not fix the exploit somehow, PC gamers would have no reason to spend actual money on the game at all. While I understand in-game purchases are a mainstream feature in most games now, Ubisoft seems to be abusing the situation in recent games. Both Watch Dogs: Legion and Immortals: Fenix Rising include the same store and “grindy” opportunity to purchase separate items from the marketplace through an in-game NPC. It has become a given that the publisher’s games will lock players out of the fancier-looking items unless they spend money on them.
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