With the 1.4 update live, the tombs of the fallen are now available in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla to search around the UK. It’s easy enough to get started, but you need to be careful if you want to find all the graves and prey inside. The Oskoreia Festival begins on November 11, so there will be more to do in the coming weeks. With that in mind, let’s get started.
This is how the graves of the fallen begin
To get started with Tombs of the Fallen, head to Ravensthorpe and get to the shoreline. You will see a group of villagers huddled around some animals frolicking in the water. They will tell you that a mysterious symbol has appeared on a rock on the other side of the river, then mark the waypoint on your map and drive over.
You will soon find your first tomb: Manius’ Sanctum. It’s relatively easy to fix, so it should not take you very long. Once inside the cave, you will encounter two pressure plates – you will see them a lot in subsequent graves. Above the plate on the left you will find a platform with a handle. Interact with it and a weighted ball will fall. Jump down again and place it in the pressure plate with the circular dive.
To the right you need to have something heavy to put on this pressure plate. Crush the weak fence and you will see a boulder you can pull into place. There will also be a key inside this room, so require it and any other random prey. The key unlocks the door in the main chamber, so go inside to find your first piece of Fallen Hero Armor. You will also find a giant stone tablet in the last area of this tomb, which shows the location of the tombs of the other fallen, so be sure to take a screenshot to remember.
All Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Tombs of the Fallen locations
Now that you’ve completed your first grave – a handy tick will appear over it once emptied – you can explore the remaining three. You can do them in any order, but they get harder as you continue and you have to watch out for traps, toxic gas and other unpleasant things.
You can use your raven to scout for the locations if you get stuck – you will see a blue swirling light beaming towards the sky. Here you can find the remaining graves:
- Boudicca grave: West of Elmenhalm – to the left of the anchor’s fast travel point – in East Anglia.
- Cassivellaunus grave: East of Repton in Sciropescire, between the two synchronization points.
- Venus’ Tomb: Go to Northumbria and travel northwest of Snotingham, or southwest of Donecaestre, to find the last tomb. Anlaf’s Lookout express travel point is nearby.
More graves will likely be added during the Oskoreia Festival, so check back soon for more information.