Assassin's Creed Valhalla - East Anglia Artifacts Guide

Assassin's Creed Valhalla - East Anglia Artifacts Guide

Assassin's Creed Valhalla, twelfth chapter of the famous series developed by Ubisoft, is finally available! The game, which you can read the review at the following link, is divided into different regions, each with different collectibles. In this guide we will explain where to find the Artifacts ofEast Anglia, one of the regions that can be explored in this new work.

I Manufactured goods consist of collectibles of various kinds, such as Treasure Maps, Flying Cards, Shards of Rigsogur, Cursed Symbols and Roman Artifacts. You can locate them using the map: after synchronizing at one of the appropriate points, the map will update with white icons. The East Anglia region contains well 10 Artifacts, which we will deepen in the next few lines. However, this is an area to be fully explored, in order to obtain the Platinum Trophy or in any case to complete the game 100%. Hoping that the guide will be useful to you, we refer you to our specific section, containing new guides on Assassin's Creed Valhalla.

Ready to find all the Artifacts in the game? You can find them in the guide accessible at the following link.

Before leaving you to the text, we remind you that in the following lines you may run into some major or minor spoilers on Assassin's Creed Valhalla, as regards some playful sections and the narrative sector. We therefore advise you to continue carefully before completing the game in its entirety.

1 - Fragment of Rigsogur

Reach the icon and you will find yourself in front of a building. Inside, to the left of the throne, you can move some crates, unlocking access to another room. You will find some stairs, but to go up you first need to shoot an arrow at the wooden planks on the ceiling. Now go up the stairs and pick up the Artifact.

2 - Roman artifact

When you reach the icon, you will find yourself in front of a swimming pool. Dive in and start swimming until you come to a crossroads. At this point go to the right and, once you get to the breakable wall, destroy it with a melee attack to reach this Artifact.

3 - Flying paper

It is located on a beam that protrudes from the side of a church.

4 - Cursed symbol

Shoot an arrow at the tsantsa (a kind of shrunken head) that is tied to a tree.

5 - Cursed symbol

The entrance to the room that contains this Artifact is very far from what is indicated on the map. To reach it you will have to head to Grime's Graves and, following the same path for Mystery 7 (which you find in our guide), you will reach the flooded room where this Artifact is located.

6 - Flying paper

It is located on a beam near the city bridge.

7 - Cursed symbol

Get to the icon and destroy the cursed symbol.

8 - Treasure map

To open the door that separates you from the map, you will need Edmund's Key of Hope. Then go to the church and, in the first room, look up to see a staircase. Shoot an arrow to drop it, climb up, retrieve the key and go back to get the treasure map.

9 - Roman artifact

Grab an incendiary vase and use it to blow up the wooden planks on the floor. Once destroyed, drop down and walk up to enter a room. Shoot an arrow through the window to detonate another incendiary vessel and open a passage to the Artifact, which is in the statue's hand.

10 - ManuRoman fact

Climb to the roof of the church and then drop down into the room. The Artifact is attached to the wall.

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