During Solo: A Star Wars Story, we see
Han and Chewbacca's first time meeting. There's clear allusions to Legends in how it goes down (Han as an Imperial, helping free Chewie, a captive, and being on the run from the Empire afterwards).
However, the way this goes down
means that Han didn't rescue Chewie so much as they worked together to escape. Han made no sacrifice, which means it no longer makes sense for Chewie to owe him a life debt. This is supported by the fact that it never comes up during the movie, and instead we see a strong inference that Chewbacca sticks around simply because he chooses to.
Up until now, even in canon we still see it commonly stated that much of why Chewie does what he does is because of the life debt he owes Han. Would it now be safe to assume that this is no longer true of their relationship?