Ink Your Viking With This Free Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Tattoo Set

With today’s update, Ubisoft adds a new tattoo set, which is completely free for everyone playing Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. You can redeem the fan Odin’s Blessing inking for your Eivor at Ubisoft Connect.

Ubisoft held a special community contest among the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla fans earlier this year, which ran from May to June. Participants could submit their original tattoo design for a chance to be included in the game as a free DLC. Finally, after several months of waiting, those rewards are here — and we have to thank all the passionate fans who offer their vision for a fresh Eivor’s inking.

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Now, the brand-new Odin’s Blessing tattoo set is available as an in-game reward for Valhalla at Ubisoft Connect across all platforms. You can easily redeem the package by logging in to the service and visiting the Rewards tab. The new set will be instantly added to your inventory, and you can ink your Viking at any time at the relevant master.

Odin’s Blessing includes tattoos for Eivor’s head (by OuterDesert), arms (by SherllyzArt), back (by Le_Papillon08), and front (by Elfydil). The complete set will allow you to cover the whole body with theme drawings, featuring symbols of wolves, axes, swords, and various runes. Check how all the new paintings would look on your character in the new footage here:

Alongside the new tattoo set, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has just received its bulky title update 1.3.1, bringing lots of new content and improvements to the game and its expansions. The most important thing is the extension of the River Raids game mode with new locations, skills, and rewards, however, there’s a lot more than that. You can already download the update across consoles and PC.

Earlier Ubisoft revealed that Eivor’s tattoos were almost cut from Valhalla due to historical accuracy being one of the pillars of the brand. Luckily for the team, the existence of Viking tattoos is still something of a grey area, with a rare historian’s works potentially confirming the warriors were indeed inked at the time.

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