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How to get the Celtic Armour Set in AC Valhalla: Wrath of the Druids

There are fifteen new armour sets in Wrath of the Druids, Assassin Creed's first expansion. Here is how you can get your hands on the Celtic Armour set.
How to get the Celtic Armour Set in AC Valhalla: Wrath of the Druids

Assassin's Creed Valhalla is set to get its first expansion, Wrath of the Druids, the DLC is adding a whole new island to the game, Ireland, along with tonnes of new missions and settlements to bring under your control, new mechanics like Trading Posts, and tens of new weapons and armour sets.

One of those new armour sets is the Celtic Armour Set, and it is one of the game's best and also most difficult to find.

Celtic Armour Set

If you've landed on the shores of this page then you probably already know of its legendary qualities and you are much more concerned about how you can get your hands on it. No shame here, as help is at hand. Here is how you can find the Celtic Armour Set in Wrath of the Druids.

Where to find the full Celtic Armour Set in AC Valhalla: Wrath of the Druids

Your journey to get your hands on the full Celtic Armour set will take you across Ireland, there are five pieces in all, they are:

  • Celtic Cloak
  • Celtic Armor
  • Celtic Helmet
  • Celtic Breeches
  • Celtic Bracers

Its bonus is an increased Attack when taking damage. The full set bonus is an increased Melee Damage and Melee Resistance at all times when worn.

Celtic Bracers

We will start with the Celtic Bracers, you will need to head to Inchroe which lies west of Meath.

Celtic Bracers AC Valhalla Wrath of the Druids
(Picture: Ubisoft / LunarGaming)

Here you will find a hut to the north of Inchroe, in here you will find the bracers.

When you head into the hut, take a left, destroy the boxes there and roll under. At the back of the hut, there is a chest, inside this chest are the Celtic Bracers.

Celtic Bracers
(Picture: Ubisoft / LunarGaming)

Celtic Breeches

Next up are the Celtic Breeches, these can be found in the Connacht region and in the Cashlore settlement.

Assassin Creed Valhalla Wrath of Druids
(Picture: Ubisoft / LunarGaming)

The breaches aren't difficult to find, but you will need to move a "wall" that they are hidden behind.

Cashlore Moveable wall Celtic Breaches
(Picture: Ubisoft / LunarGaming)

Walk to the end of the long brick-walled room and you will find another chest, open the chest and you will get the Celtic Breeches.

Celtic Breeches
(Picture: Ubisoft / LunarGaming) 

Celtic Armor

Now in the same region, head to Rathcroghan where you will need to defeat the Chieftan of the settlement, who will drop the Rathcroghan Door Key once you do.

Rathcrogran Door Key
(Picture: Ubisoft / LunarGaming)

This key will open the large hut that dominates the settlement, at the back of the room you will find another chest, in here is the Celtic Armor.

Rathcrogran Door Key Celtic Armor
(Picture: Ubisoft / LunarGaming)

Celtic Cloak

Now you want to head to Ulster and to Inch Lough Neagh, a small island located in the region.

Inch Lough Neagh
(Picture: Ubisoft / LunarGaming)

Situated here is a makeshift camp, and in one of the tents, you will again find a chest that this time contains the Celtic Cloak.

Celtic Helmet

The fifth and final piece of Celtic Helmet is the chest plate and it can be found in an underground prison in Ulster in the settlement of Aileach.

You will first need to destroy a door and this can only be done above ground. Find the red tent that is situated in the grounds of the settlement.

Celtic Armour Red Tetst
(Picture: Ubisoft / LunarGaming)

Head in and look to the floor, you will see a gated surface, shoot through this to the door on the other side. 

Celtic Armor
(Picture: Ubisoft / LunarGaming)

Now you can head on down to the prison below, enter the same door you just shot and you will find another chest, inside is the Celtic Helmet.

Celtic Helmet
(Picture: Ubisoft / LunarGaming)

You will now have the full Celtic Armour set, perfect for taking out the Celts that call Ireland home.

 

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