Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Reaper Armor Set Unlock Guide

The Siege of Paris DLC has added a new set of armor to unlock called the Reaper set. This armor set is one of many players can get in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. To learn more here’s our complete Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Reaper armor set unlock guide.

Reaper Armor Set Unlock Process

Image showing the Reaper armor set on Eivor in AC Valhalla.
Reaper base armor set and scythe.

You unlock the Reaper set by increasing the Infamy Level for Pierre in Melun. This requires completing the missions Pierre offers. Each missions rewards you with experience that adds to the Infamy Level. To unlock the set you need to reach maximum Infamy Level 4. This means you need to complete 20 Rebel Missions.

Once you hit that mark you will unlock all five pieces of the Reaper armor set. You then need to purchase four pieces of the set from Pierre which costs the following:

  • Pants – 400 Deniers.
  • Helm – 450 Deniers.
  • Cloak – 450 Deniers.
  • Bracers – Automatic unlock at Level 3.
  • Torso – 750 Deniers.

Purchasing each piece will add the armor set to your inventory. Once you have a piece in your inventory you are free to equip it. The full Reaper set has the Reaper Set bonus which: restores some health after a successful assassination and slows time for longer when spotted.

Reaper upgraded armor set and scythe.

Like other armor sets you can upgrade the Reaper set both stats and visually. Stat upgrades are done in your inventory. Visual upgrades can be done at the blacksmith. Each piece upgrades with one Tungsten Ingot. The final appearance of the Reaper armor set is shown in the picture above.

If you are looking to 100% the DLC you need to get the Reaper armor set. There is a specially trophy/achievement that requires wearing the set and getting a kill with a scythe.

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