As the Raven Clan’s presence in England expands and its settlement grows, Eivor and their people have plenty to shout about. Naturally, there’s always a good excuse to throw a feast and fire up on good food and plenty of ale. Here’s how to start a feast in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
How to Start a Feast in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
Throwing a feast in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is something you’ll have access to only once you have reached Settlement Level 4. You should know by now that increasing your settlement level simply comes down to investing Supplies and Raw Materials (that you’ve plundered from towns and monasteries nearby) in new buildings. The more you build, the higher your level.
Once you have reached the appropriate level, it’s possible to throw a feast and celebrate at any time. Beyond just being a cool thing to do, throwing a feast actually has tangible benefits to Eivor.
Namely, it will boost Eivor’s performance in combat, either by increasing their melee damage or stamina or critical chance or any number of different perks.
To throw a feast, approach the Long House and ring the bell just outside the main door. Before confirming the feast you’ll see its perks (pictured above), then you just need to confirm, and away you go. A short cutscene showcasing the festivities will play out, then you’ll resume control of Eivor the next day with whatever buffs it offered.
The buffs vary from day-to-day, though you can actually increase a feast’s effects on Eivor by upgrading various buildings around your settlement. For example, building a brewery will increase the amount of time a buff lasts.
That should give you a good overview of how to start a feast in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. For more useful tips and guides on the game, do check out Twinfinite’s wiki.
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