How to Get a Chariot in Assassin’s Creed: Origins
Assassin’s Creed: Origins introduces players to the vast world of Egypt. It’s a tough place out there, so getting from point A to point B quick would be the safest bet. Sometimes, though, fast travel isn’t the option. Here’s how to get a chariot, one of the fastest vehicles in the game. Sure, you can ride one in the Hippodrome and steal one in the major, Roman influenced cities. But what about buying your very own chariot?
You’re first going to want to head over to your skill tree in Assassin’s Creed Origins. Go to the pause menu and select the Abilities tab. Look at the Seer section, which deals with tool usages, animals, and merchants. Look for the one that says Chariot Owner. It will cost you 3 ability points (but there are plenty of prerequisites). Buy it, and whenever you go to any stable in Assassin’s Creed Origins (the horseshoe icon merchant in towns), you’ll now have the option of buying a chariot. I bought my blue rarity level chariot for 1,000 drachma, just as an example.
It’s worth noting that these vehicles are clunky, but they’re fast. Be careful not to get stuck everywhere in a town. You are definitely more susceptible to getting into fights on one, too. It’s just way too easy to run someone over on a street.
That’s about all there is to buying chariots for yourself! Head over to our wiki if you have any other questions about Assassin’s Creed: Origins, or leave a comment below and we’ll answer it!