Eivor is busy enough trying to establish the Raven Clan in England, but there’s work to be done further afield too. As in, an entirely different realm further afield! For those wanting to visit the mysterious land of the giants in Ubisoft’s latest RPG, here’s how to get to Jotunheim in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, and how to leave and return once you’ve made it.
How to Get to Jotunheim in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
Just as with the Asgard section of Valhalla’s mythological quest arc, players visit Jotunheim from Valka the Seer’s hut, which is found in Ravensthorpe (after you’ve built it).
If the option isn’t available to you yet it’s because you haven’t yet completed the Asgard quest. The Jotunheim quest arc is basically the second part to Eivor’s mythological adventure, and it only triggers once Asgard has been completed.
From there, a new questline called “Going Deeper” will task players with collecting another batch of flowers for Valka. Once she’s made the broth then you’ll be able to drink the potion and get to Jotunheim.
How to Leave and Return to Jotunheim
Again, the process for leaving Jotunheim is the same as for Asgard. From the map, locate the eye symbol and hover over it. You’ll then see an option to “Wake Up,” and this will bring you back to England.
You’re able to come and go from Jotunheim and Asgard as often and whenever you like, both during and after the completion of both quest arcs.
Like Asgard, Jotunheim has its own collectibles called Bloodstones that are dotted around the map. That means there are plenty of reasons to return here even after you’ve completed the story.
That’s everything you’ll need to know about how to get to Jotunheim in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, and how to leave and return once you’ve made it. For more useful tips and guides on the game, be sure to check out Twinfinite’s extensive wiki.
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