Does Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s New Update Really Works?
Ubisoft fixes the trophy issue in new Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Update, which prevents players from transferring their trophies from PS4 to PS5.
A few weeks ago, Ubisoft released Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, which quickly garnered positive reviews from fans and critics. Holders of the PS4 and Xbox One versions of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will be able to upgrade to the PS5 and Xbox Series X, making it easy for the studio to switch players between current and next generation consoles with no Expense.
Unfortunately, it seems that some players are hesitant to upgrade, some have a problem with the trophy system of the game. Players who crashed into the Next-Gen system reported that trophies earned on the PS4 version were wiped out after switching to the PS5.
This problem is problematic for players trying to earn as many trophies as possible, as they have to start from scratch after players switch to PS5. Fortunately, Ubisoft fixed this fix quickly, and its latest patch has now fixed a trophy error at Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
Interestingly, the patch notes for the latest update, 1.0.4, released on November 26, did not mention the trophy solution. But the players who wiped out their trophies soon found that every single victory they got on the PS4 started to pop up on the PS5.
The patch fix appears to have fixed the PS5 unreadable issue of the player’s trophy information via cloud data and transfers it into the PS5’s trophy system. This means that players who are hesitant to upgrade after hearing the problem will successfully transfer their trophies to the next generation console.
Unfortunately, it seems that the update has not been able to resolve every issue that has been going on lately in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Shortly after the game was released, players reported problems revolving around their AC Valhalla. After experiencing this error, the game offers players only one action: delete their saved data completely and start the game at the beginning.
Ubisoft has since acknowledged this and revealed a few days ago that it is actively working on a solution. The studio did not say when the solution will be released for, but has assured fans that it will create an update “in the coming weeks”. It is worth noting that Watch Dogs Legion players also face a similar problem. Although Ubisoft is also aware of this, the studio has confirmed that the patch that fixes it will not come out until December.