The latest entry in the Assassin’s Creed series has a very large map, full of mysteries, artifacts, enemies, and wealth to collect. As you progress in getting every single thing that you can, you will find some locations that prove to be a little trickier than others.
For example, take the town of Wulfaswic on the southern coast of Essex, a town with three points of wealth to collect. However, each of these is inside of a private house that is barred from the outside, so you will have to find another way to get inside for that sweet loot. They can be pretty frustrating to figure out and we want to help you save time on getting the gold, so we have the way inside each house right here.
The first house can be found if you are at the big, worn-down arch in the center of town, facing north. It will be on your right. You can also find it by looking for the massive tree that’s just south of it.
To get inside, simply climb on top of the roof (there will be a stack of objects to climb up on the south side) and you will find a small, wooden wall that you can melee to destroy, allowing you to climb in, drop down, and get the loot.
The second house is just southwest of the first one and you’ll recognize it by the small silo on its south side.
To get inside, head around to the west side of the house and you will find a moveable shelf. Once you move this out of the way, you will uncover another small, wooden wall that can be destroyed to gain entry.
The last house is southeast of the second, and you can identify it by the giant water-wheel that is attached to it. There is the bigger, main house, and a smaller hut and barred door on the north side. If you use your Odin’s Vision, you will see the treasure is on the other side of this door in the small hut.
To get inside, all you have to do is throw a torch at the door to ignite the explosive pots on the other side. This will cause an explosion that destroys the block of wood that is barring the door. Head inside and get the final chest.