No matter whether Sigurd is going to make it to the end of the story or no, there have been 5 decisions that hold the power to greatly influence the end of the game – Starting a full-fledged relationship with Randvi whilst she is still in connection with Sigurd, steading the cargo from Styrbjorn, denying the axe to Dag during his entry to Valhalla, punching Basim whenever both of them are involved in a fight, and last but the most important one, contradicting Sigurd in his judgement of the settlement inhabitants.
If you do three or more of these then it’s quite certain that Sigurd would leave for Norway but if you just manage to get ticked one or two among the lot then he will most probably make a settlement and stay with you. In addition to that, we also witness that he breaks up with Randvi to give her a fair chance to be free in a future relationship of her choice.
However, the rest of the ending is quite absurd. Didn’t you feel the same? If you have a massive question lingering related to the ending of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla then you’re not alone. Writer Darby McDevitt has tried his best to get the most fantastic elements of the AC franchise onboard. Valhalla brings the major portions of every realm into the central story making it a vital part of the plot and the story flow.
Initially, it did seem like Ivu was just dreaming and not doing anything besides it but the truth is a bit convoluted than you think it is. She had gone into trance before the Isu originally fell to the Toba Catastrophe.