As the development team explained in a tweet, there have been increased instances of crashes in and around Ravensthorpe. The team is working on a more permanent fix. For now, the festive decorations causing the crashes in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla have been removed. A patch will arrive shortly in the future.
The removal of the settlement decorations has resulted in more than just visual effects changes. Certain quests have been disabled. If you have been looking forward to enjoying the new look in the village, you will have to be patient. With the Ostara Festival set to run until April 8, there is still plenty for Eivor to get up to.
Players can partake in Easter egg hunts, test their mettle in archery competitions, and protect the village from invading spirits. There is also a questline to become the May Queen, whatever that may be. Hopefully there are no more crashes lying in wait as the celebrations continue in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
Following the conclusion of the Ostara Festival, Eivor will head to Ireland in the Wrath of the Druids expansion. Gaelic Kings await, and you will need to hunt down the members of an elusive cult of druids. Expect supernatural shenanigans to take place during your journey abroad.
The Ostara Festival and Wrath of the Druids are just the beginning of a year of more content for the game. Summer will bring the Siege of Paris expansion. The Discovery Tour will make a comeback as well. Wrath of the Druids will arrive for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla on April 29, and hopefully, there will be no crashes on release.