Assassin's Creed: Valhalla - how to get into the Bureau of Londinium

At the start of Assassin's Creed: Valhalla, Haytham will ask Eyvor to find the old, abandoned Hidden Bureau scattered throughout England. As it turned out, they seem to have taken their name very literally, since it is sometimes very difficult to find these bureaus. One of the first things players will run into is the Londinium Bureau, and it requires players to think outside the box.


Assassin's Creed: Valhalla promotes research for the most part, but there are times when certain things are hidden behind the plot. While it may appear at first to be the case, the Bureau of Londinium is not tied to progress and can be accessed at any time if the player knows how


Gaining access to this area is a multi-step process that does not require any special AC Valhalla ability or equipment. The only thing players need to do is make sure they have at least one arrow before trying to get inside, as it will be needed towards the end.


Assassin's Creed: Valhalla - how to get into the Bureau of Londinium

The office can be found in Lunden, on the northeastern edge of the city. Although marked on the map, it will not lead players directly to the main entrance. Once close to the area, players should notice a large circular wooden wall blocking the hole in the ground. Players need to climb over this and dive into a hole leading to a large pool of water. To get into the bureau itself, players need to swim to the northwest corner of the pool and break the wall to get inside.


From here the path is straight, but it requires some acrobatics to complete it. Players first need to jump onto a wooden platform and then make their way to a tall pole sticking out of the building's wall. From here, a neat bow shot can cause the explosive pots inside the bureau to punch a hole in the wall. Players need to walk around the building to the hole and enter to gain access to the Bureau of Londinium's treasures and lore.


Inside, players will find a piece of the codex, the Hidden One's mask, and a document containing information about the Hidden One's Bureau. Interestingly, this note states that the Londinium Assassins made it to Cologne, a city in Germany. This does not in any way confirm the presence of the German game Assassin's Creed: but it does show that there are assassins in the region.

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