The popularity of the Discovery Tour mode in Assassin's Creed: Origins and Odyssey will result in a similar feature being added to the latest installment, Valhalla. A post appeared today on the franchise's official Twitter account, informing that we will be able to get acquainted with the realities of Vikings' life from October 19. Owners of the basic version of the game will receive access to the Discovery Tour for free, but on PC it will also be available on the same day for a fee as a separate title, not requiring the purchase of Valhalla. A standalone version of the tour will also be coming to consoles in the early months of 2022.
The experience has been designed with the participation of historians and archaeologists, so it should be as educational as in previous games. In it, we will learn more about Norwegian and English places, society, and culture native to the 9th century. As part of the Discovery Tour, we'll traditionally complete objectives in the game world - while playing as different characters - and admire photos of museum exhibits. Ubisoft boasts of partnerships with the British Hampshire Cultural Trust, Preston Park Museum & Grounds, York Archaeological Trust, and the British Library, as well as the French Réunion des Musées Nationaux and the National Museum of Denmark.
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