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How to Start Siege of Paris DLC in AC Valhalla

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The next Assassin's Creed Valhalla expansion, Siege of Paris, has finally arrived, adding upwards of 10 hours of new quests to the already massive game.

However, it's not immediately clear how you start the new quest line. To give you a hand, we've got a guide on how to do so.

How to Start Siege of Paris in AC Valhalla

Before you start the Siege of Paris quests, you'll need to meet a couple of requirements. They are:

  • Reach power level 200 (this isn't 100% required, but is highly recommended)
  • Complete one of the first two story arcs in England where you gain an alliance. Complete the Ledecestrescire or Grantebridgescire quest lines, not both of them.
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Do both of those things and play that far into Valhalla and you'll be able to start the Siege of Paris DLC.

Thankfully, the Siege of Paris content is accessed directly in Ravensthorpe. If you select the Francia quest line from the Quests menu, you'll be shown where to go.

Toka, the second in command of the Elgring clan from Francia has a quest offer for Eivor that seems too good to be true. That means it probably is.

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You'll be led over to The Guesthouse, which is a new building on the east side of Ravensthorpe. This is where Toka will introduce herself, and her aide Pierre.

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Following the chat, you can decide whether to travel and pursue the quest line, or head out a little later.

As we said above, while you're able to start the Siege of Paris content whenever you'd like, as long as you've got an alliance in England, we wouldn't recommend doing so until you're at power level 200, as the expansion introduces new enemy types that can be pretty tricky to defeat.

If you're early in Valhalla, make your way through some other quests and then come back to Siege of Paris.

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