It appears that there are more things to discover about Ubisoft’s newest Assassin’s Creed game, as a report states that Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has new abilities for players to use — But only when the console is disconnected from the internet.

As shared by Kotaku, the sighting of new abilities in the three skill trees was spotted when players went offline — allowing them to access some new abilities in the process:

Following Valhalla’s mid-December update, which precipitated the Yuletide Festival event, each of the game’s three skill trees (Bear, Raven, Wolf) appeared to expand by two nodes.The first on each tree was a carbon copy of the “let the fate guide your path” node that allows you to let the game allocate your skill points for you; the second was an actual ability. The Bear tree received the Fight Ready skill, which gives you a full adrenaline slot at the start of every fight. The Wolf tree could unlock Arrow Looter, increasing your chance of looting arrows from archers. The Raven tree got Assassin Carry, an ability that lets players automatically pick up a dead body after an assassination. All three of these new lines branched out directly from the center of Valhalla’s skill tree, so you didn’t have to pour dozens of points into each branch to clear a path and unlock them.

It appears these new abilities are technically not supposed to be accessible yet with the “Yuletide Festival” event, but if a player goes offline they can get and mess around with these abilities. Give it a try if you have a copy of the game.

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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is now available for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Google Stadia, Amazon Luna, and PC.