We already knew that Assassin's Creed Valhalla was a real cash magnet for Ubisoft, but now we have a slightly more specific figure to relate to. In a conversation with investors, CEO Yves Guillemot states that the revenue from the game squeezed above the dream limit of one billion dollars in revenue in December 2021.
This most likely also includes the revenue from the expansions released, such as the Siege of Paris, and thanks to the game's popularity, it will be even more. The expansion Dawn of Ragnarok is on its way, and earlier this month we got a better picture of what it will be in a six-minute video.
Another thing we can possibly look forward to - if the rumors can be trusted - is a smaller Assassins' Creed game that is said to have a greater focus on stealth and taking place in Baghdad.