Raids in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla are an important mechanism that will allow you to grow and flourish your settlement. Raids will also help you get a lot of resources and treasures and Vikings made a name for themselves doing this. If you want to know how to raid in AC Valhalla, read this quick guide to know everything.
How To Raid In Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
Raiding is an important aspect in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla as it was during the Viking Era, and before you go charging into battles, make sure that you’re well equipped for a raid. The best option when it comes to raiding is by gathering your willing armada and then sailing with them to Raid a place.
Places that are available for you to Raid will be marked in Red on the map with two axes. Once you’re at the shore of the place, make sure to sound the battle horn and charge with your allies. You will have to ransack the place and take down every enemy in your sight as well as loot every treasure.
Looting while raids will offer you a ton of resources that you can take back to your settlement and invest it in growing it into a blossoming society.
How To Get More Supplies And Raw Materials
Raids will offer you things like Silver, Copper Ingot, Opal, Supplies, Raw Materials, Leather, Iron Ore, Fabric, Nickel Ingot, and more things. These things are essential when it comes to growing your own settlement especially, Silver, Supplies, and Raw Materials in AC Valhalla.
A raid is only completed when you successfully loot all the treasures and defeat all the enemies that have been stationed there. Looting Monasteries will offer you more rewards as they’re flush with resources in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
Once you’re done with the raid, you can fast travel back to your own settlement of travel to a different place and carry out doing whatever you wish. This is all there is to know about how to raid in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
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