Assassin's Creed Valhalla, why are XP Boosters back? Here is the probable reason

Assassin's Creed Valhalla, why are XP Boosters back? Here is the probable reason
Unlike its direct predecessor, Assassin's Creed Valhalla arrived on the market without the XP Booster, that is, those objects that can be purchased with real currency aimed at speeding up the obtaining of experience points. Odyssey's in-game showcase was equipped with them from the launch, and it did not fail to attract criticism from a certain fringe of users.

The decision not to include them in Valhalla was welcomed with pleasure by the players themselves, but their enthusiasm lasted a few weeks. With the recent 1.1.0 patch, XP Boosters also made their appearance in the most recent chapter of the Assassin saga. With 1000 Helix Credits (the equivalent of 10 euros), for example, you can get a 50% bonus to the experience for the duration of the adventure.

Why did Ubisoft change your mind so quickly? The French company has not released any statement on the matter but, looking at the usual monthly report on the digital market drawn up by SuperData, we have an idea on the reasons for it. The company reveals that Assassin's Creed Valhalla sold a whopping 1.7 million digital copies in November, up 50% from Odyssey's results two years ago. Despite the higher amount of copies sold, the in-game store's revenue fell by a substantial 62%. According to SuperData, the crash is most likely due to the lack of XP Boosters. Evidently, despite being heavily criticized by some players, they are in high demand, and the drop in microtransactions may have played an important role in Ubisoft's decision to reintroduce them.

We take this opportunity to report that Assassin's Creed Valhalla has begun the Yule Season, which will keep players busy for three months with lots of free activities and items.

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