Developed and published by Ubisoft, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is the latest entry in the popular open world historical fiction series. This game puts players in control of Eivor, a viking who explores England in search of treasure and new lands to claim for their clan. Here’s how to get back to Norway in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
Getting Back to Norway in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
If you’ve played an Assassin’s Creed game before, it should come as no surprise to you that Valhalla also features an absolutely massive open world for you to explore. During the early hours of the game, you’ll spend the entirety of the prologue in Norway as you get acquainted with the controls, gameplay, as well as the key characters of the story.
Once you clear the prologue, though, the game starts to really open up as you finally make your way to England where the game begins proper. That being said, chances are good that you’ve probably missed a few things in Norway, and it’s definitely worth taking your time to explore that region before moving forward.
If you’ve already reached England and you want to head back to Norway to explore some more, that’s possible as well.
To do this, bring up the menu with the touchpad on PS4 or the View button on Xbox One, then go to the Map tab. From here, press the Triangle or Y button to bring up the atlas.
The atlas will show you the countries that you currently have access to. Use your cursor to select Norway, then hold the square or X button to travel there.
Do note that you can’t actually select a fast travel point to go to. If you’re traveling to Norway, you’ll start at Fornburg. And if you’re going back to England, you’ll start at Ravensthorpe.
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