New Podcast Series Echoes of Valhalla Explores Viking History and Stories

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October 6, 2020

Ubisoft announced that all the episodes from Echoes of Valhalla, a new podcast documentary series are, available on Spotify now. Deep dive into the history of the next installment in the Assassin’s Creed Franchise, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Listen to an immersive new audio experience and captivating story with insights from great Viking experts.

Echoes of Valhalla invite listeners to relive the epic adventures of Scandinavian warriors invading England, with a unique audio podcast experience, that has the feel of a documentary series. The documentary aims to showcase the different ways of the Viking society including military strategy, shipbuilding, and the role of women.

Echoes of Valhalla podcast series is divided into 5 episodes of 15 minutes each and offers the first immersive audio historical documentary series in audio for Assassin’s Creed. Comedians, well-known experts and reconstructed scenes, will bring to life the glorious eras of the Vikings, as you have never heard before :

  • Episode 1: The Sons of the Great North
  • Episode 2: Dragon of the Seas
  • Episode 3: Thor’s Hammer
  • Episode 4: Birth of an Empire
  • Episode 5: the Dawn of a New Era

To listen to the podcast series, please visit:

English version

https://open.spotify.com/show/32D0s4zdgKVDplzPf8GZBO?si=YXZV_5tSRJi5DA2yaC1MEg

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