Discovery Tour: Viking Age is out now for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

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Ubisoft has released Discovery Tour: Viking Age, an educational game built around the research and content that Ubisoft created for their viking adventure Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Discovery Tour: Viking Age is free for all AC Valhalla players across all its release platforms, or available standalone on PC for £16.99 – the standalone release for other platforms will come in 2022.


Following in the footsteps of Discovery Tour: Ancient Egypt and Discovery Tour: Ancient Greece, this is another exploration of a historical age. Players will be able to delve into the history, traditions and some of the famous stories from the Viking and Anglo-Saxon worlds. All of this has stemmed from the research that Ubisoft’s developers did in order to craft AC Valhalla.

Unlike its forebears, Discovery Tour: Viking Age puts a greater focus on creating a narrative and having it be interactive. You have “History through stories” and “Learning by doing”, which take you through eight quests and has you embody Viking and Anglo-Saxon characters as they journey through the 9th century. You’ll visit Norway, England, and even step into the mythical realms of Jotunheim and Asgard to explore Norse mythology.

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Additionally, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla fans will have 11 rewards to unlock for the main game, have 25 behind-the-scenes stations to dig into the making of the game, and 24 exploration characters.

Further Reading: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – What was the Siege of Paris?

As Ubisoft considers these games to be educational tools that could potentially be used in schools, they are creating a curriculum in partnership with the Montréal McGill University to help guide those unfamiliar with games through certain activities and lesson plans. This is currently only available for Discovery Tour: Ancient Greece – head here to see it – but expect to see this start to include the other Discovery Tours soon.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla was a cracking game for the jump between console generations. In our Assassin’s Creed Valhalla review, Jim said

“Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla effortlessly plants its banner as the best open world RPG available for the new consoles. This Viking epic flexes its gore-soaked, tattooed muscles when it comes to world-building, and medieval England wows with its enchanting untamed vistas. It’s also portioned out at a steady pace and, if not for the repetitive, limited combat, Valhalla could have ranked even higher among our favourite games in the series.”

Source: press release

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