Ubisoft released an Assas­s­in’s Creed Val­hal­la update this week which fixed issues caused by the title’s last big update. Although title update 1.2.2 changed a bit, even adding a new mode called Mas­tery Chal­lenge, it also intro­duced “some lin­ger­ing crash issues.” Ubisoft says this new hot­fix has addressed this problem.

Ubisoft has been releas­ing Assas­s­in’s Creed Val­hal­la updates more on a month­ly basis, so they can go through more “test­ing and refine­ment” before being unleashed onto the users.

Our com­mu­ni­ty is at the heart of every­thing we do, and we always strive to pro­vide you with great expe­ri­ences,” Ubisoft explained in April. “That said, we rec­og­nize that some of our recent title updates may not have met your expec­ta­tions or been up to our standards.”

Assas­s­in’s Creed Val­hal­la is the best-sell­ing game in the series, with Ubisoft announc­ing dur­ing its E3 2021 con­fer­ence that the game will be sup­port­ed through­out 2022 as well. Wrath of the Druids recent­ly launched, and its sec­ond expan­sion, The Siege of Paris, will be released in the summer.