Handcrafting may not be a hot trend a few years ago, but it doesn’t mean that the game will stop letting you collect seemingly useless heavy objects to pack your bags. in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, You will try your best to prepare bags full of fabric, titanium, iron and leather, while trying to invade England and find allies.
Fortunately, although your inventory is full of runes, trinkets, and trade goods, you only need a few other items to upgrade your equipment to continue the search.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla manual material explanation
In Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, you will encounter four main crafting materials. They are leather, iron ore, fabric and titanium, used to upgrade all your equipment along the upgrade route.
This includes your armor and weapons, as well as quiver and healing bags, so you may have to make some difficult choices and decide when you need to upgrade is more important to you.
You can upgrade the device at any time from the menu screen. Just hover your cursor over the item you want to upgrade in the inventory, then press and hold the corresponding button.
You will see how much crafting material it will consume and how it will affect the statistics, even if your workload is insufficient at the time, you can calculate how much you need.
Leather and iron ore are the most common upgrade materials you will encounter, but they are also the materials you need most. They are used to upgrade lower-level weapons and armor. Not surprisingly, fabric and titanium are used to upgrade higher Levels of weapons and armors.
These later upgrades will still require iron ore and leather at the same time, so don’t forget to collect them as much as possible.
Where can you find handmade materials for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla?
Leather and iron ore
In England and Norway, leather and iron ore are abundant, and they can be found in the wild and in cities. There is very little leather for hunting wild animals (such as deer and foxes) and more hostile creatures (such as wolves and boars). Although the effort for this is definitely not worth it.
At the same time, iron ore can be found in the sparkling stone outcrops, which can be smashed by melee attacks.
You can also find leather and iron ore in smaller boxes scattered on the map. These chests will not be marked as treasures on the area map, but they will dimly glow when you zoom in on the map.
You can also use Odin Vision to see the faint light from walls and obstacles. Each chest collects more than oneself, so it’s definitely worth stopping plundering chests.
However, if all other methods fail and you can find the resources yourself, you can buy iron ore and leather from merchants in Ravensthorpe or the wider world from the beginning of the game. The best way to stock steel and leather required for most upgrades is to buy the maximum number of coins from the store.
Because of the huge number of upgrades you need to upgrade in the future, every time you clear the inventory through the merchant and recharge it, it is almost worth your visit to the merchant.
You will rarely encounter titanium in the wild, but the amount of titanium is very small.
More reliably, you can also find titanium in treasures containing nickel or tungsten ingots.
These will appear as golden orbs on your map, or piles of ingots if you are close enough. Nickel ingots were found in the middle area of the game. East Angela sometimes provides them, and areas like Sciropescire will contain more or less nickel in each ingot mark.
Tungsten ingots can be found in the highest level areas of the game, from Eurvicscire to other places.
Once you have collected some titanium yourself, you can also buy a small amount from a trader. Again, this is the most effective way to pick it up.
Finally, fabric is the only upgrade resource that cannot be found in the wild or can not be purchased from merchants, but you can find iron ore and leather storage in small boxes in the more dangerous areas of England.
Regions such as Oxenefordscire will begin to produce fabrics more or less in every smaller chest and produce iron ore and leather.