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According to the German Ubisoft Store, Norwegian musician and singer Einar “Kvitrafn” Selvik is one of Assassin Creed Valhalla’s three composers. It’s notable because Selvik composed music for 11 episodes of The History Channel’s Vikings show, and is credited for vocals and “ancient Norse instruments” throughout the show’s six seasons.

On top of his TV work, Selvik leads Wardruna, a Norwegian folk band which likewise uses traditional Norse instruments. With him in the mix, we can probably expect the Valhalla soundtrack to feature lyres, flutes, lurs, deer-skin drums, goat horns, and other historical sounds, along with Selvik’s deep vocals. The Wardruna track below gives a good sense of the dramatic guy-sitting-by-a-fire and guy-riding-a-horse vibes he brings to the table:

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