Knowing how to find tungsten ingots in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is the final step for players who want to get their weapons upgraded to the max level. But these gold bars are the rarest material and can elude players for dozens of hours. Here’s how to get tungsten ingots in ACV.
How to get tungsten ingots in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
To get tungsten ingots in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, players can open big chests, trade hunting items for them, or trade in fish. Unlike other items, they cannot be purchased and must be found. Tungsten ingots are used in enhancing weapons and gear to their final stages at the blacksmith. This is different from upgrading gear from the inventory menu, which only takes fabric, iron ore, and leather.
Players need to journey to the hardest areas of the game an open big chests in order to get tungsten ingots. These big wealth chests are only found in late-game areas like Hamtunscire, Snotinghamscire, Jorvik, Wincestre, and more.
The game’s areas are divided up by ingots. Low-tier areas give carbon ingots. Mid-tier areas yield nickel ingots. And the late-game areas are full of tungsten ingots. If an area gives tungsten ingots, it probably won’t yield carbon ingots.
It is possible to get tungsten ingots by trading in certain hunting items after building the Hunter’s Hut at the settlement. Once built, players can give pelts and assorted animal items to the clerk. The tungsten ingot is one of those items. It can’t be repeatedly redeemed.
Players can also get tungsten ingots by completing fishing deliveries. Once the fishing hut is built on the settlement, Eivor will get a fishing line. This will make catching fish a lot easier. Bringing back certain fish will yield tungsten ingots. There are two tungsten ingot deliveries but they can’t be repeatedly redeemed.