The Assassin’s Creed saga has been distinguished by the use of urban and natural environments capable of taking us to extraordinary historical times. Valhalla is just the last stop on that journey that Ubisoft has been throwing around the world. Pyramids, historic cities like Jerusalem or Venice and now, the beautiful places of Ireland.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Wrath of the Druids, the game’s new DLC, allows us to disembark in Leprechaun territory to contemplate some of its most symbolic natural wonders. The island country has wanted to take advantage of the great pull of the game to present a very significant tourist campaign.

Tourism Ireland and Ubisoft have partnered to promote tourism in the country and the game itself. How? Well, by a video revealing some of the great locations featured in the DLC and that, of course, can be visited on the island of green meadows and imposing cliffs. We leave you the advertising spot a little further down.

A medieval Dublin has been seen in the video. The country’s capital boasts navigable options, but it is in the natural surroundings that Ireland excels. Therefore, special emphasis is placed on Benbulben, the Causeway of the Giants (one of the icons of the country) or the Hill of Tara. Have you had the opportunity to visit some of these places?

If not, with Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Wrath of the Druids you can. This dynamic can mark a new trend that is gradually being seen in practice, if the pandemic allows it: visit famous video game locations. Of course, starting in one of these places is not bad at all.

And speaking of DLCs … An Assassin’s Creed Valhalla artist shows what Eivor looks like as it ages – one of the features of future content? And if you want to visit the entire game, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla announced the free Discovery Tour recently.

Fountain: PC Gamer