The Siege of Paris, the new DLC for Assassin's Creed Valhalla, is now available to players. The second narrative expansion, following Wrath of the Druids, it requires a separate purchase or for players to own the Season Pass.
Naturally given the main game takes place in England and the DLC in Ireland and France respectively, we cannot access them straight off the bat. In its day, we already explained how to access The Wrath of the Druids. Here's what you'll need to do before you sail off to Frankia.
How to access the the Siege of Paris DLC for Assassin's Creed Valhalla
Reaching Paris isn't too difficult, since a guest will arrive at your settlement in Ravensthorpe, imploring us to go on a little trip. There is a growing threat in these new lands, and we have to sail off to protect a Viking clan.
Once we've spoken to Toka, a new building will automatically be constructed in the settlement -- the Guest House. Pierre can be found there and, speaking with him, we will sail directly to France to fulfill the task entrusted to us.
What Power Level do I need to play The Siege of Paris?
Access to The Siege of Paris mission is unlocked after completing one of the first two story arcs -- either Grantebridgescire or Ledecestrescire.
The expansion requires a Power Level of 200, so it's likely you'll need to have completed quite a lot of the game.
Should you have a higher level, which is logical if you have already completed the game and the Ireland expansion, then enemy levels will automatically adjust to offer a more balanced experience. Each new territory will be more demanding than the previous.
How long is the Siege of Paris expansion?
This question all depends on how long you spend exploring and farming, but in our experience playing this expansion, as well as data provided by Ubisoft, you can expect to spend about ten hours completing the DLC's main story and five more if you dedicate yourself to completing all the secondary missions and other content.