Armor in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla belongs to different development paths and is combined into sets that give different bonuses to the character. In this guide, we will tell you what equipment to use depending on your play style.
Unlike Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, where items of equipment fell like a cornucopia, in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla you will receive armor and weapons much less frequently.
This adds value to them: often, in order to get a new helmet or ax, you need to complete a quest or solve a puzzle. And due to the equipment improvement system, you can go through the whole game with the initial set of armor, and it will change its appearance and characteristics as it is pumped.
Equipment in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla can be freely combined, but it’s better to use parts of the same set together – this way you will get useful bonuses. Armor and weapons belong to one of three paths – Crow, Wolf and Bear. Let’s tell you what it means.
If you played The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, then you probably met the armor of the Cat, Wolf, Bear and other schools. In Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, the situation is exactly the same: depending on the path chosen, the equipment suits a certain style of play.
- Thus, the path of the Raven suits those who prefer stealth and ranged combat. Armor bonuses will allow you to increase your health, increase your archery damage, and perform more powerful stealth attacks.
- The path of the Wolf, in turn, is a balanced option. It gives increased mobility, makes the hero more agile and faster. A good option if you are developing Eivor in the direction of a swift killer.
- Finally, the Bear’s path is geared towards the use of brute force. Armor gives the character improved armor and increased damage, which is useful in battles with powerful opponents.
Remember that you can change equipment at any time, which means that you can use armor and weapons that are suitable for a particular situation.
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