Getting titanium in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is key for upgrading gear and keeping Eivor, male or female, as powerful as they can be. But titanium is quite rare and hard to find through England. Here’s how to get titanium in ACV.
How to get titanium in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
To find titanium in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, players can open chests, buy it from stores, find it in the world, and more. Titanium is used in upgrading the player’s weapons through the in-game inventory system.
To get titanium in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, players have to look around the mid-tier and high-tier areas of England. These areas include but are not limited to East Anglia, Essexe, Lincolnscire, Eurvicscire, Snotinghamscire, and more. Titanium is often inside chests with other materials like nickel ingots, tungsten ingots, iron ore, leather, and more. It can be quite plentiful if players open chests in places outside of the starting areas.
Finding raw chunks
While significantly more rare, it is possible to find titanium in raw chunks in the world. It just looks like a chunk of vague metal, as seen in the above picture.
Shops also sell titanium, but there’s a catch: There is only a limited amount of titanium to go around. Each shop will have five of them for 30 silver apiece. It’s quite a deal but that’s not much.
Titanium is a lot like fabric in how it is earned, despite the fact that players can’t buy fabric. Titanium upgrades higher level weapons and fabric upgrades the middle and later stages of the ration pouch and arrow quiver.
Players can check how much titanium they have in the inventory screen. Once that menu tab is open, the number of titanium is on the right side of the screen right under the fabric counter.