The world of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is full of precious resources that you can collect and use for different purposes. One such resource is Leather and it is necessary to upgrade your armor and improve the chances of survival. In this guide, we’ll walk you through on how to get Leather in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: How to Get Leather
Leather is one of the most important things that you come across in Valhalla. As you progress in the game, you run into more powerful enemies. To face them off and stand a chance against them you need good armor. Leather is essential to upgrade Eivor’s armor and also needed for different settlement upgrades. There are 3 main ways to get leather in Valhalla and each one of them is briefly explained below:
Leather From Chests
There are small resource chests scattered all around England which when looted grant you different valuable resources and among those resources is Leather. You’ll have to explore the map in order to locate these chests.
These chests are represented by small golden orbs on the map, not to be confused with the larger golden orbs that represent wealth. The key difference between the two is the size of the orb. The smaller orbs are the chests with leather and you’ll have to zoom the map all the way in for these to appear. You can also use Odin’s sight to find these chests while roaming; they’ll be indicated with golden color. Other than leather, these chests contain several other resources that can be used for settlement upgrades, so keep an eye out for them.
Leather From Vendors
Leather can also be bought from different vendors in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Each vendor carries a limited stock and at any given time you can buy a maximum of 200 Leather at the price of 200 Silver (1 Silver for 1 Leather). After the Vendor’s arsenal is depleted, it’ll take nearly an hour of real-world time for him to restock it. Buying leather from vendors can hit your purse hard so you should only buy occasionally or when in absolute need.
Leather From Hunting Animals
If you’re falling short on leather with an empty purse, you can always obtain leather by killing animals that dare to cross your path. Along with leather, you also harvest different animal parts that you can supply to the Hunter’s Shack in exchange for different resources. So, if you’re in desperate need of leather, just go to the woods and hunt some animals.
And that’s how to get leather in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Check out Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Wiki for more helpful content.