Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Players Unlock New Step in Saint-Denis Mystery
DLC: The Siege of ParisAssassin’s Creed ValhallaThis has created a fantastic mystery that players are trying to solve. There is a Saint-Denis location on the Siege of Paris map. It has a church. A trapdoor leads beneath the church to an exciting location. An Isu Temple was previously seen in Assasin’s Creed UnityIt is blocked from public access. An ARG was created by some hidden Isu writing found within the church and nearby. Assassin’s Creed ValhallaRecent breakthroughs by players
Ubisoft is known for incorporating real-world tasks into its coded messages and in-game, as Assassin’s Creed enthusiasts who have been following the ARGs may know. Fans were intrigued by the possibility that the actual location in the game might be able to help them solve their current ARG. This intuitive leap proved very successful as a fan who visited that church discovered the key clue.
Reddit user RichardYing discovered a Ubisoft-planted Ubisoft posterboard with the Assassin’s Creed Vahalla logo. The QR code led to an undiscovered video. The video’s first text says, “Basilica of Saint-Denis Secret unlocked.” The next section contains text in Isu language that ARG players can translate.
It was frustrating and interesting to see the results of translating the QR code video from Saint-Denis Basilica. The translated text was already known by ARG players, which makes it frustrating. It’s a line of text already found in fan kits sent out as part of the Siege of Paris DLC‘s release. It is translated as “You are searching for what is part you.” I’m what I am. What are you willing and able to sacrifice? ARG fans are curious because they believe that there may be more to the clue.
The next step in the process remains a mystery to Assassin Creed Valhalla ARG players. After all, the clue granted by the Saint-Denis Basilica is something fans have already had for some time. Some believe the ARG ended to encourage players to visit Saint-Denis Basilica. Others believe there is more to be discovered.
Understandably, ARG players will be disappointed if this means the end of the current ARG Assassin’s Creed Vahalla. The vast majority of ARG participants and those following from home will not visit the Saint-Denis Basilica. Everybody wants to experience a solution in-game. However, there is no substitute for something.