In Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, you can find many different armor sets for Eivor, each of which provide different perks. In the following article, we list all of the different armor sets that you can find in Valhalla, and also let you know which will likely best work for your ideal playstyle. In total, there are nine armor sets in Valhalla. There are technically 10, but one is locked to a specific region of the game, so we’re not going to count that one (we’re also skipping over the armor sets in Valhalla’s in-game store).
Along with the information for where to find every armor set, we’ve listed each one’s unique perks as well. Every armor set comes with two perks. The first is applied provided you have at least two pieces of the armor set equipped, while the second is only applied if you have all five pieces equipped. To get the best out of your armor, it’s worth equipping all five pieces–especially since the second perk in most armor sets is the better of the two. But, this also means you can mix and match to combine the first perk of two different armor sets to further refine your ideal loadout. For more tips, check out GameSpot’s Assassin’s Creed Valhalla skills and abilities guide, settlement building and management guide, and hidden quests and secret discoveries guide.
Raven Clan Armor Set
Decent all-around armor set with no clear strengths or weaknesses