If you want to improve your weapons and equipment in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, you need to go out of your way to go after resources. The initial resources you want to hunt for include iron ore, leather, and carbon ingots. These serve as the first stepping stones for you to create some of the beginner upgrades. But as you gain more power and increase your skill level, you need to go after more precious resources, notably titanium.
Where to find titanium
One of the first locations you encounter titanium is when you first arrive in England, and you have to lower the metal chains at the bridge at the Nene Blockade. Eivor sneaks into the encampment and lowers the water passage so the longships can enter. While titanium is initially discovered here, there are other locations you can find it.
The most notable locations include nickel ingot chests, which you can start looting once you enter East Anglia and reach roughly power level 60. East Anglia, Oxenefordscire, and Sciropescire will be the most notable locations where you can locate nickel ingot chests at wealth icons.
Titanium is a worthwhile resource to seek out. As you progress through the game and reach higher levels, it becomes more frequent, and you’ll be able to find it inside more chests your loot from enemies. Look for the ingot icon on your map by using Odin’s Sight or your raven.