Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is now available on current and next-gen systems as well as PC, and a lot of the talk about has been about romance options and how to ensure your male or female Eivor gets busy. But, away from blatant dialogue choices which determine whether you romance someone or avoid their lips as if it were the plague, there’s also choices that have significant ramifications involving death. One of these grisly scenarios has resulted in people asking who is the traitor that betrayed Soma, and here you’ll discover if the traitor is Lif, Burna, or Galinn.
Some controversy surrounding Assassin’s Creed Valhalla involves supposed ‘ableist’ language, but most of the reviews have been positive in regard to the game’s story and characters. Whether you play as female or male, Eivor is a great protagonist despite the dude version always appearing as though he’s on the verge of tears, and all the other characters and NPCs are great as well.
If you’ve become attached to the story and are struggling to decide who should be executed between Galinn, Lif, or Burna, below you’ll discover the identity of the traitor that betrayed Soma.
*Spoilers for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla down below*
Who is the traitor that betrayed Soma in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla?
The traitor that betrayed Soma in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is Galinn.
Lif and Burna are selectable suspects in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, but Galinn is the true traitor that betrayed Soma.
If you correctly choose the destiny obsessed weasel, he’ll deny his crimes but the badass Soma will slit his throat anyways.
Lif and Burna will also protest their innocence if you choose either of them, but a slit throat remains the end result. This makes it imperative that you get the choice right so that an innocent being and lover don’t receive an undeserved and cold death.
While there are clues that help you determine that Galinn is the true traitor that betrayed Soma, the undeniable evidence is him admitting it himself later on if you chose to kill Burna or Lif instead.
If you didn’t kill Galinn, he will later attempt to kill either Burna or Lif (depending on who is alive), and this will result in you having to fight him.
The bad ending for getting the traitor wrong is Soma saying that she doesn’t blame you as she wielded the blade herself, but she will proceed to trust no one.
Meanwhile, if you correctly ousted Galinn as the traitor, the good ending is has Soma blow loads of smoke up your butt.
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