Ubisoft has announced that the Discovery Tour Viking Age, the educational experience designed from the Assassins Creed Valhalla, is nearly here. The Assassins Creed Discovery Tour Viking Age release date is set for October 19.
Assassins Creed Valhalla Discovery Tour Viking Age
Every Assassins Creed game recently has had a discovery tour thrown into the game. Assassins Creed Origins and Odyssey both had their Discovery Tours, taking gamers back in time to the land of Ancient Greece and Egypt, showing them the real-world locations, history and events that inspire the Assassin Creed games.
Assassin Creed Valhalla now has the exact same thing, allowing plates to experience the real-life events, characters, locations that dominated the Viking Conquest and Dane Law of the British Isles.
Like the other two Discovery Tours, the Viking Age was produced alongside real Viking historians, archaeologists and other historical professionals. Historical bodies from all over the United Kingdom and Scandinavia also contributed to the production of the Discovery Tour Viking Age, including the Yorkshire Museum Trust, The British Library, The National Museum of Denmark and more.
The main partner for it is Hampshire Cultural Trust, which has over 23 museums under its portfolio across most of southern England. This area is the home of Alfred the Great, which is where most of the tales of the Vikings in England were recorded from an Anglo-Saxon perspective, amongst other archaeological evidence of the last kingdom of England to stand against the Viking conquests.
Assassins Creed Valhalla Free DLC
The good news is that the Assassins Creed Valhalla Discovery Tour Viking Age is a free DLC coming on October 19. Anyone who already owns the game can get the DLC for free. If you want the standalone experience, it will cost £16.99 or $19.99, €19.99 or another appropriate currency conversion.
However, if you want Discovery Tour Viking Age on next-gen consoles, you will have to wait. The October 19 release is only for PC. If you play on any other PC platforms or Console, then you will need to wait for a yet unknown date in early 2022.
If you want to find out more on the Assassins Creed Discovery modes, check out their hub page here.