Ubisoft has added to Assassin’s Creed Valhalla the complete classic outfit of Altair – the first protagonist of the Assassin’s Creed franchise. It’s available now for a fee as part of the Divine Rewards Pack and you shouldn’t miss it! This guide will show you how to get Altair’s outfit in AC Valhalla, what it looks like, and how to use it in the Transmog system! And here you’ll find a full rundown of all the other items included in the Godly Reward package!
Who was Altair in Assassin’s Creed
Altair is the name of the first protagonist, the first main character you played when the first game in the Assasasin’s Creed franchise released in 2007.
The full name of the character is Altaïr Ibn-La’Ahad. He was a member of the Brotherhood of Assassins of the Levant which served as a mentor from 1191 until his death in 1257.
How to get Altaïr’s suit of armor in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
When you first log into the game, look at the lower right of the main title screen. Ubisoft usually lists three news / promotions there. There you will find the Divine Reward tab.
Click on the Godly tab banner to open Helix Store. Altair’s original outfit is currently available for free in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. You can get it without paying anything.
Altair’s outfit consists of a single piece of armor, which is of premium quality. It cannot be upgraded or improved. Its only service is to be used as an outfit.
When you equip Altair’s outfit, Eivor’s entire visual appearance will change. This outfit crushes all other pieces of armor and clothing. You can wear it with a hood up or a hood down, just like all armor sets in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
You can equip Altair’s outfit in your chest armor slot, but this will break your armor set, you will lose stats as well.
Go see Gunnar in your Ravensthorpe settlement, he is the blacksmith and is located near the docks. Use the newly released Transmog function in AC Valhalla to change the appearance of your current armor with the Altaïr outfit.
Understanding the contents of the Godly Rewards package
Altair’s outfit isn’t the only thing you get for free by claiming the Godly Rewards package in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Ubisoft has many more cool free items for you in this giveaway! Below I will show you what else you get.
Modraniht Ceremonial Armor Set
The Modraniht Ceremonial Armor Set was available during the previous seasonal event – the Yule Festival, which took place at Assassin’s Creed Valhalla in December 2020.
The armor set consists of the following:
- Modraniht ceremonial headdress
- Modraniht ceremonial cloak
- Modraniht ceremony dress
- Modraniht Ceremonial Bracers
- Modraniht formal trousers
The set bonus is as follows:
- (2) Increases attack after stun finisher assassination.
Bonus: +25.0 attack
- (5) Additional increased stun
Bonus: +35.0 stun
Here’s a full rundown of the in-game armor (with and without the hood and cloak):
Modraniht Ceremonial Seax
The dagger can be upgraded and improved. It’s a standard weapon that you can keep using for as long as you want, even at the highest level.
The dagger falls under the category of bear gear and has the following benefits:
Increase critical strike chance after a kill
Bonus: +30.0 Crit Chance
Modraniht Ceremonial Shield
This superior lightweight shield can be upgraded and upgraded to reach its full potential. It has the following bonus benefit: Increase speed when blocking (up to 5 times)
Traditional Christmas wreath
The traditional Christmas garland was also part of the Yule festival and is not yours for free, it is part of the Godly Rewards package. This is a regulation decoration.
300 Festival tokens
Festival tokens can be spent on cosmetic items at the event vendor during the Ostara Festival at Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
Norvid is located in the middle of the festival grounds in the south-eastern part of Ravensthorpe. The event kicked off on March 18 and will run for three weeks. You can participate in a number of mini-games and complete new quests, all of them Ostara themed. All of these activities will earn you additional Festival Tokens.