Assassin’s Creed: Valhara players have found a way around the system in Ubisoft’s latest open world adventure. Using a script editor, I was able to add the cosmetics I needed to my inventory, including the ones I would normally have to pay for. They were even able to unlock premium items that haven’t been released yet.
As first reported, users have detailed how to pull off digital robbers with Nexus Mods. In this way, the player uses memory scanning software to access cosmetics such as Berserker, Valkyrie, Draugr, Huldufolk packs on the PC.
Premium packs are usually purchased in an in-game currency called Helix Credits. Players must spend at least $ 20 to get enough credits to unlock one of Valhalla’s premium cosmetic packs. Some players use this informal method to avoid its cost.
However, be careful when choosing this route. Downloading such tools can cause unintended harm to the game and Ubisoft may punish anyone who uses the software in Valhalla. It can also open your PC to hackers.
For those who want to spend more money on Ubisoft’s Viking Simulator, Assassin’s Creed Valhara’s dice game Orlog is also becoming a real-world dice game. Ubisoft has announced that a physical version of the game will be available in 2021.