An interesting incident happened in Norway, during the release of Ubisoft’s new game Assassin‘s Creed Valhalla. Some users who wanted to access the game via Ubisoft Connect found the game was listed for 91 percent cheaper than its original price. While the incident was thought to be a mistake, Ubisoft did not make a statement on the issue yet. The game is currently available for purchase on Xbox, PlayStation and PC platforms.
A Reddit user saw Assassin’s Creed Valhalla listed on “Ubisoft Connect“. But the odd thing was that the game was 91 percent cheaper than its original listing price. The game, which should normally be sold in Norwegian currency for 1,199 krona ($ 133), was interestingly available for 109.99 krona ($ 12). The screenshot of the store page can be seen below.
It was clear that what happened was a mistake. Because the company fixed this error shortly after realizing it, and the game was again available for $ 133. However, the game was purchased by some players during this period. According to the comments from users, there was no problem regarding the issue. Players got their copies of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, which they bought for just $ 12.
Meanwhile, the bug only affected the Ultimate Edition version of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. According to users’ statements, there was nothing wrong with the Standard and Gold Edition prices of the game. Ubisoft did not make any statements on the subject. While Ubisoft did not make any statements on the subject, some players claimed that such a thing might have been done on purpose, since Assassin’s Creed Valhalla describes the Viking culture, and that it was limited in stock.