Assassin’s Creed Crossover Stories features new stories for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Both stories are available for free to owners, with one story available in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and one story available in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, follows the events of Odyssey, where Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Crossover Stories show Eivor and Kassandra meet up. The crossover where Odyssey’s Kassandra (a Greek mercenary in 458 BCE) meet Valhalla’s Eivor (a Viking warrior in 878 AD), is special.
How To You See A Secret Kassandra Scene?:
In Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Crossover Stories, there is a secret scene/monologue available. To hear the conversation Kassandra says, you first, have to advance in the story and missions of the DLC (downloadable content). After completing the mission, Count Sheep, you have access to the secret dialogue.
Collect five fragments to open a hidden door, after heading to Syke Island. You will notice that Kassandra and Eivor are angry. Make your way to the coast of Hungladder. Look at the map if you must. You should discover that Kassandra is speaking alone, but you can hear her conversing with Alethia.
The Final Boss Ending:
When you find the queen of Fire and Faith Mission, you will find the ending mission. Choose to kill King Charles in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and you will have a different ending. Allies will be elated. As for Richardis (the queen), she weeps, detesting the fact that her rotund husband is deceased.
Draw Charles close to the fire and shoot a few arrows at his head, stunning him. Then, walk near Charles and throw him in the torch. Now, you know the fastest way to eliminate him. Repeat the action thrice to win the battle.
Return to Toka and you will notice Count Odo claiming the throne of Francia. Toka and Count Odo are both, Eivor’s allies, which can be perceived as an ending for AC Valhalla Siege of Paris.
Or you can find out what happens if you choose to spare Charles. Oh, spare him and you still have to have a boss fight. Richardis will interfere and claim that Charles will not try to evade the surrounding regions. Return to Toka and Count Odo is upset with you and an argument arises, about him having no trust in King Charles.