Whether it’s to plunder gold chests or grab books of knowledge, retrieving loot from inside buildings is something you’ll be doing plenty of as your raid your way across England. Not all the doors are left wide open, though, and some of them require a precise arrow shot to unlock. Here’s how to get into the Tonnastadir locked house in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla if you’re struggling to get past the barred doors.
How to Get Into Tonnastadir Locked House in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
If you’ve been playing Valhalla for long enough to get to the Tonnastadir area in Sciropscire then you’ll be aware that there are a few different locked door types in the game: breakable doors, barred doors, and locked doors that require a key. Sometimes, buildings can also be entered by crawling through a window that may also require breaking.
In the case of the house in Tonnastadir, barred and locked doors block your way. But it’s the barred doors you’re going to want to take out. How, you ask? Well, as alluded to above, it requires a precise arrow shot with a predator bow.
You’re looking for the lattice windows that surround the building. Line up the shot through its small gaps and let fly with an arrow. You’ll know you’re on the money when the reticle turns red. It may require a bit of fiddling about to get the perfect angle, but using your Odin’s Sight to highlight the target definitely helps.
That’s everything you’ll need to know about how to get into the Tonnastadir locked house in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla if you’re struggling to get past the barred doors. For more useful tips and guides on the game, be sure to check out Twinfinite’s extensive wiki.
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