How to Start AC Crossover Stories in AC Valhalla & Odyssey

If you’re having trouble figuring out how to start the AC crossover stories in AC Valhalla & Odyssey, we’ve got your back. Triggering these quests in the two connected games is fairly simple, but you do technically need to know where the quest givers are / which quest list to look in. Plus, both of them have requirements you need to meet. So, with all of that out of the way, let’s begin.

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how to start ac crossover stories in ac valhalla & odyssey
How to Start AC Crossover Stories in AC Valhalla & Odyssey

How to Start AC Crossover Stories in AC Odyssey & Valhalla

To start the AC crossover stories in AC Odyssey and AC Valhalla, you need to trigger specific missions after meeting certain requirements, as we’ve basically laid out in the first paragraph. So, what exactly do you need to do? Well, in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, you need to begin the mission called “A Fated Encounter.” It will be in the Ravensthorpe quest list, so you can just mark it on the map and follow it to Ravensthorpe, and then to an NPC called Edyt. From there, you’ll eventually proceed to the Isle of Skye and meet your counterpart from ancient Greece. You can only get this quest after you’ve completed the “A Wise Friend” and reached Settlement Level 4.

To start the AC crossover stories from AC Valhalla in AC Odyssey, you’ll have to begin the quest called “Those Who Are Treasured.” It will become available after you’ve completed Chapter I of the story; however, it would be ideal if you could wrap up the main story first, as the crossover will spoil basically everything. I say “Those Who Are Treasured,” but the actual first step of the mission is called “A Great Escape,” and it begins in the port in Sami on the Isle of Kephallonia. Talk to the cruise barker to begin your journey.

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