The new trailer for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is dedicated to Scandinavian...

The new trailer for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is dedicated to Scandinavian...
The new trailer for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is dedicated to Scandinavian...

Director Darby McDevitt explores the beliefs and cultural values ​​of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla in this video. The world in the game is at a turning point: the old pagan beliefs of the people of Europe are dying out and being replaced by Christianity.

In England, where the Valhalla events will mainly take place, Christianity appeared relatively new, but already firmly entrenched. However, many pagan religions are still thriving. The most noticeable influence remains with the pantheon of gods worshiped by the Scandinavians – people who live in the areas of modern Norway, Sweden, and Denmark.

Vikings believe in such gods as the all-father and king of all gods Odin, the goddess of love and battle Freyja and the stubborn deceiver Loki. These deities are important to all of the Scandinavian characters in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, including the protagonist Eyvor. These gods and the stories about them create a living religion that offers comfort and wisdom to men and women who take them seriously. However, the Scandinavian deities offered no revelation or promised salvation, like the Greco-Roman gods. They were not models of virtue, not beings as they should be; They are changeable like the seasons, unpredictable like the rough northern weather.

In the Scandinavian concept of reality, the world was divided into nine areas. The highest realm, Asgard, is home to the most important gods. You can get there via the rainbow bridge. There is a place called Valhalla – a hall of fallen heroes where they feast with Odin and wait for the arrival of Ragnarok – the final battle.

In the game, the Scandinavians do not pray to the gods for redemption, but negotiate with them and make sacrifices for good luck. The Vikings are much closer to honor and prestige than Christian concepts such as virtue, sin and atonement. This does not mean that the Scandinavians had no conceptions of goodness or ethics: in the poetic Eddas, among the stories of debauchery, deception and cruelty are fragments of incredible beauty and profound meaning. For example, a poem called “Hovamol,” allegedly written by Odin himself, tells mortals how to live with dignity.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will be released on November 10th on PC (Uplay and Epic Games Store), PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, and on November 12th on PS5. In mid-October, Ubisoft released the System requirements for the Game.

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