I don’t know why but Ubisoft seems to be struggling to keep things under wraps at the moment. Yesterday, the Watch Dogs: Legion source code leaked. In addition, before the launch of Legion, the entire store also leaked revealing godly outfits for your characters. This time, it is Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla and its in-game store. According to a handful of leaked images taken from the PS4 version of the game, the in-game store includes some pretty awesome cosmetics. Probably a lot more awesome-looking than anything you will find in the game for free that is for sure.
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The game is set in the Viking ages (duh) so it makes sense that the fancy paid-for cosmetics are themed around it. Players can spend their hard-earned money on sets of outfits including a Draugr Set, Huldufólk Set, Valkyrie Set and even Bayek’s Outfits. Which by the look of it is free through Ubisoft Connect. These outfits packs are also quite pricey and range from 800 Helix Credits to 500 Helix Credits depending on the pack. Check them out below.
The Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla in-game store also includes some optional tattoo sets which are also purchasable with real money. I don’t ever see myself spending real money on a tattoo in a video game when it will get covered up by my armour but that is just me.
Lastly, the Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla in-game store seems to feature some cosmetic items for your longboat, companions, weapons and property. Most likely, players can customise their settlement with these. There’s also a Large Silver Pack if you don’t want to play the game and grind for it and “Utilities” which are most likely upgrade materials. Ubisoft thought of it all. The vast range of items comes as no surprise. The developer has done this for years now by including everything but the kitchen sink as real-mone purchases. Those of you who played Odyssey and Origins won’t even bat an eye at this.
You can watch the full 2-hour gameplay stream where this was spotted, which is obviously breaking the embargo. Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla releases on 10 November for PS4, Xbox and PC.