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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, a new (and hot) Norse kingdom on the way?



Assassin's Creed Valhalla, a new (and hot) Norse kingdom on the way?

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla would have been discovered by carefully “rummaging” inside the game files.

The updates of the latest chapter of the Ubisoft saga have been below expectations not only in the opinion of a part of the users, but also for the French publisher itself, committed since the launch to improve the experience by correcting bugs and adding new content.

Despite these concerns expressed by the public and shared by insiders, patch 1.2.1 was released recently and saw the introduction of three new talents, along with the resolution of some errors that did not allow to continue in the story.

J0nathan, the dataminer author of the discovery, shared the contents of the find on social media.

The files he unearthed would mention a DLC and a setting related to the realm of fire from Norse mythology, Muspelheim.

As can be seen in the highlighted string, the words “DLC”, “World” and “Muspelheim” appear together, suggesting that the setting for a future expansion to Eivor’s adventures could be the fiery Norse kingdom.

Literally ‘Land of Flames’, Muspellheimr, according to Norse mythology, is made of pure fire and is opposed to Niflheimr, the ice kingdom in the northern lands.

Similar (in composition) to the Christian hell, inside is the ship Naglfar, on which the enemies of the gods travel during Ragnarok, the final battle between light and shadow, the cause of the destruction and regeneration of the world.

But this is not the first appearance of a “mystical” dimension in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: as the story progresses, it will be possible to explore Jotunheim, the world of the ice giants.

If confirmed, it would be a welcome addition, capable of varying the game experience and giving a greater “fantasy” aspect to the narrative setting, of which a large number of fans can only be happy.

Waiting for the arrival of this (hypothetical) new setting that would escort us into the fiery moors, we remind you that the next DLC, The Wrath of the Druids, has been postponed from April 19 to May 13.

But it’s not just the wait for new content that’s keeping fans busy: there are those who, during their icy Viking raids, have discovered an interesting (and definitely useful) way to survive the toxic gas fumes by getting rid of them once and for all.

The community’s interest in Ubisoft’s saga is evidenced by a multitude of discoveries: just a few days ago, the PlayStation Game Size Twitter account reported that the game’s weight had dropped as a result of the new update.

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