All Ending Routes Guide for Valkyrie Elysium
This is a guide on all ending routes in Valkyrie Elysium and how to unlock them in the game. Note that the game has a total of 4 possible endings (Normal, Good, Bad, and True ending) which can be viewed by meeting specific requirements before and during Chapter 9: The Fate of the World (final story chapter). Valkyrie Elysium is available at the following platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Steam / Microsoft Windows (PC).
Trophies and Achievements
Below are all trophies and achievements for viewing endings and how to unlock them during the game’s main story.
|Achievement||Trophy||How to Unlock|
|Twilight of the Great Wolf||Gold||Defeated Fenrir.|
|Twilight of the All-Father||Silver||Defeated Odin.|
|A Momentary Escape||Bronze||Agreed to Armand’s offer.|
|Unbound Possibilities||Bronze||Completed every ending.|
List of All Endings and Requirements
Below is a list of all possible endings and the requirements and conditions to unlock them in the game.
|Normal Ending: Twilight of the Great Wolf||Defeat Fenrir in Chapter 9: The Fate of the World (do not meet Armand at the designated spot).|
|“Good” Ending: Twilight of the All-Father||
|“Bad” Ending: A Momentary Escape||
|True Ending (Best Ending)||
Twilight of the Great Wolf (Normal Ending)
The Twilight of the Great Wolf is the game’s normal ending and requires you to simply defeat Fenrir at the end of Chapter 9: The Fate of the World. Do not go to the designated spot to meet Armand and just proceed to the final boss to unlock this ending.
Twilight of the All-Father (“Good” Ending)
The Twilight of the All-Father is essentially the game’s “good” ending where Maria chooses to rebel against Odin at the end of Chapter 9: The Fate of the World. You must meet with Armand but refuse to run away with him. This will trigger boss battles against Hilde and Fenrir which may prove challenging. Afterwards, you must take down Odin himself who is the final boss in this ending route.
A Momentary Escape (“Bad” Ending)
A Momentary Escape is the “bad” ending story-wise as Maria chooses to abandon her duty and run away with Armand instead. Upon agreeing to Armand’s offer at the meeting spot in Chapter 9: The Fate of the World, you will immediately view this ending without having to face any final boss.
True Ending (Best Ending)
The True Ending is the hardest to unlock as it requires you to obtain all collectible Verdant Blossoms prior to starting Chapter 9: The Fate of the World. Doing so causes the last Verdant Blossom in Chapter 9 to spawn at the center of Serpent’s Lair for you to pick up.
Afterward getting the last Verdant Blossom, meet with Armand at the designated spot and refuse his offer. This will trigger a series of events similar to the Twilight of the All-Father ending with one main difference: Hilde will fight alongside you in the final battles against Fenrir and Odin. An empowered version of Odin called Ragnarok Odin serves as the final boss of this ending route.
There is no specific trophy or achievement obtained for unlocking the True Ending. It will, however, let you automatically obtain The Twilight of the Great Wolf (for defeating Fenrir), The Twilight of the All-Father (for defeating Odin), and the Truth of the Gods (for finding all Verdant Blossoms) achievements in a single playthrough.