The launch of the eagerly awaited Netflix comedy Vikings: Valhalla is just a few weeks away. As expected, many who have seen the prequel Vikings can hardly wait for its release.
We already know we’re in for an epic adventure through Pagan times thanks to Netflix’s recent release of the official film on their YouTube channel.
1) The trailer for Vikings: Valhalla doesn’t overlook Kattegat
In the fictional Scandinavian village of Kattegat, all of the drama and action in the film Vikings took place. The settlement is mentioned by the protagonist Harald Sigurdsson even in the teaser for the sequel. This could mean that the show has a lot of material based in or close to Kattegat in the works.
2) Brand-new heroes will appear.
We already saw the rise and fall of famous heroes like Ragnar Lothbrook, Bjorn Ironside, Ivar the Boneless, and many others in the prequel series. Similar to this, new heroes will appear in Vikings: Valhalla. The teaser suggests that Leif Eriksson, Harald Sigurdsson, and Freyds Eirksdóttir will be a few among them.
3) An attack occurs on London Bridge.
In the past, the Norsemen had different goals in mind. Today, it may not make sense to attack the famous London Bridge. In the video, a huge bridge that resembles modern-day London Bridge is seen being destroyed during a conflict. The inappropriate behavior that will be displayed throughout the rest of the show is laid out in this particular instance.
4) There will soon be extensive on-screen carnage.
All of us anticipated it. But the teaser’s blood-gushing intensity offers us a solid idea of what’s about to be unleashed. The Viking legend has long been a representation of the most horrific conflicts ever fought.
The film demonstrated how some of the most ferocious battles ever waged by humanity took place in Scandinavia in the 11th century. On February 25, 2022, Netflix will debut the comedy. Get ready for some eagerly anticipated, heart-pounding excitement.
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