Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Fallen Hero Armor Set Unlock Guide

In the new update for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla there is an unlockable armor set called the Fallen Hero. This set is the main focus of your efforts for this free update. There are at total of five pieces to this set players can find and unlock. To get the set see our Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Fallen Hero armor set unlock guide below.

Fallen Hero Set Unlock Activity

Image showing a puzzle room in the Tombs of the Fallen.

Alongside the addition of the new Fallen Hero set Ubisoft has added new content called the Tombs of the Fallen. These tombs are puzzle areas players can complete. To get the set complete the four tombs:

  1. Manius’s Sanctum.
  2. Boudicca Tomb.
  3. Cassivellaunus Tomb.
  4. Venutius Tomb.

Completing the above listed tombs will net you the armor pieces that make up this set. To full complete a tomb you have to collect the armor pieces before you can advance. The pieces are located in treasure chests at the end.

Fallen Hero Set Perk

Image showing the Fallen Hero set in AC Valhalla.

The Fallen Hero Set starts as a Superior set. This set can be upgrades both in rarity and stats. The rarity improvement changes the visual look of the set. When you wear the set you get access to the Fallen Heroes Set bonus. This bonus adds the following boosts:

  • Increases Armor, Melee Damage and Ranged Damage when equipped.
    • +10 Armor.
    • +15 Melee Damage.
    • +15 Ranged Damage.
  • Getting hit drops a pulse that explodes after a delay, dealing damage in an area and knocking enemies down. Cooldown is 10s.

The more pieces you wear of the set the better the bonuses you receive. The stats above are when you wear the full 5 pieces of the set. Keep it locked to HTR as we cover more of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.

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