Magnus Bruun Seemingly Teases His Return As Eivor For Unannounced Assassin’s Creed Valhalla DLC

Danish actor Magnus Bruun, who played the male version of bearded Viking warrior Eivor, may have just teased the upcoming unannounced Assassin’s Creed Valhalla DLC. A hint for a third major expansion was previously found by French YouTuber J0nathan.

Already huge, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is about to get bigger very soon with the first Ireland DLC Wrath of the Druids coming on May 13. Sometime later, the second DLC The Siege of Paris will be released. Both packs are included in the game’s Season Pass. However, this time Ubisoft’s post-launch support for Assassin’s Creed may go beyond the already announced content.

Eivor actor Magnus Bruun tweeted about his involvement in additional Assassin’s Creed Valhalla work, highlighting his return to voice-over job for Ubisoft. Danish actor wrote “Eivor never sleeps,” as well as expressed hopes fans are still having fun with the game.

At first glance, it may seem the actor is back to the recording studio for The Siege of Paris expansion. The second DLC will be released in Summer 2021, so now is the right time for some additional voice acting. However, Bruun directly mentioned that he recorded all his lines for The Siege of Paris pack back in February:

While Ubisoft may ask Bruun to perform some extra-lines for the already known Valhalla content, it is possible something far more interesting is happening. According to an earlier leak, Ubisoft may prepare the third major addition to the game, which has not yet been officially unveiled. Its possible existence under the name of “Meteor” was found in the PC version files of the game.

A third Valhalla DLC makes sense considering there most likely will be no new Assassin’s Creed game this year. In that case, the development team at Ubisoft Montreal might be planning to support the project with in-game events and additional paid expansions until 2022. Some reports even suggest the third DLC might be a standalone release. But again, nothing has been officially announced by Ubisoft yet. It is possible Valhalla’s further support will be revealed later this year during E3.

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