Today, Ubisoft introduced the launch of a brand-new season of the Assassin’s Creed historical past podcast in collaboration with Paradiso Media. After a primary season, launched in 2020, chronicling the epic exploits of Viking warriors, this ‘Ragnarok’ sequence will invite listeners to delve into the myths of the brand new enlargement Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Dawn of Ragnarok. Listen to an enchanting audio expertise and gripping tales with insights from main consultants in Norse mythology.
Echoes of History podcast right now affords listeners the prospect to expertise the epic tales of Norse gods and dive deep into the 9 realms of the Norse cosmos. Enriched with feedback from historians who specialise in Norse mythology, the Ragnarok sequence goals to showcase how these epic sagas influenced our modern-day tradition.
This sequence of podcasts is split into 5 episodes of quarter-hour every and affords a historic documentary sequence in audio. Historians and worldwide well-known consultants will convey to life the fantastic tales of Norse mythology, as you’ve by no means heard earlier than:
- Episode 1: The beginning of the universe
- Episode 2: Nine huge and wealthy realms
- Episode 3: Exploits of the gods
- Episode 4: Loki, the enjoyable god turned murderous pariah
- Episode 5: Ragnarok, the twilight of the gods
Echoes of History podcast is offered to take heed to on a number of platforms
With growth led by Ubisoft Sofia, in Dawn of Ragnarok, Eivor should embrace their future as Odin, the Norse god of Battle and Wisdom. The dwarven kingdom of Svartalfheim is crumbling, and amid the chaos, Odin’s beloved son, Baldr, has been taken prisoner by the unkillable fireplace large, Surtr. Players will be capable of unleash new divine powers as they proceed their legendary Viking saga by embarking on a determined rescue quest via a mythological world of contrasts.
With growth led by Ubisoft Montreal, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla affords gamers the fascinating expertise of taking part in as Eivor, a legendary Viking warrior, pushed from Norway by countless wars and dwindling assets in ninth century AD.