Building a settlement in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is very important because as you keep constructing buildings, you can more upgrades, rewards as well as benefits. Every building that you construct will serve a different purpose and help you in a unique way. One such settlement building is the Barracks. If you are wondering how to build barracks in AC Valhalla, this guide will take you through it.
How to Build Barracks in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla?
To build Barracks, you have to build the Blacksmith first because that’s when it will be available. The building cost of Barracks is 400 Supplies and 30 Raw Materials. In the Barracks, Eydis the quartermaster will help you customize your Jomsvikingr and you can also recruit other players’ Jomsvikingr when you go online. Note that when your Jomsviking gets recruited you will receive 100 silver from the quartermaster as a reward. Plus, you can manage your crew with Barracks as well.
Since this is the place where your fellow Vikings will live and sleep in, the Barracks are an essential part of your settlement. Do remember that once you decide the gender of your Jomsviking, you cannot change it after you have finalized the character. Apart from looks, you can even customize their weapons, gear and more. Once you have decided how you want them to be, they will fight for you like the loyal warriors they are.
Apart from this, you need to construct the Hidden Ones Bureau, the Trading Post, Stable and Aviary, Fishing Hut, Shipyard, Hunter’s Hut, Tattoo Shop etc. Each of these structures will benefit you in ways that will enhance your combat, exploration and customization during your adventure. We’ve linked our guides related to these buildings, so don’t miss out on some information about them which will take your experience to the next level.
That’s everything on how to build barracks in AC Valhalla and how to use it. With that cleared up, check out all the hidden secrets in the game like Easter Eggs, secret weapons, mysteries and lots more awesome stuff in our AC Valhalla wiki.