Types of bows. How do I change and increase the number of arrows in Assassin's Creed Valhalla?

 

Types of bows. How do I change and increase the number of arrows in Assassin's Creed Valhalla?

Assassin's Creed Valhalla has three types of bows and arrows. Their types vary in attributes and usage - details can be found below.


First, a little clarification: the arrow type is assigned to the bow type, so you cannot change arrows without changing the bow.


Bow types in Assassin's Creed Valhalla:


  • Hunter's bow
  • Predatory Bow
  • Light bow

The type of bow is marked on the item card when you hover over it in the Inventory tab.


The Hunter Bow is a standard type that strikes a balance between ease of use and damage. You start your adventure with this type of bow.


You use a hunting bow like most in-game bows: first you hold down the button to draw the string, then release it to fire. The tighter the tension, the greater the damage. This bow uses hunting arrows.


The predator bow works like a sniper rifle. It shoots slowly and deals a lot of damage, as well as greatly enlarges the image when aiming.


The arrow is released as soon as the button is pressed - Eivor pre-tightens the rope. This bow uses the arrows of a predator.


A light bow can be compared to an automatic firearm. A single arrow does little damage, but the rate of fire is very high, so the damage is constant.


While holding down the fire button, Eivor fires successive shots very quickly without pulling on the rope. It's like using an automatic rifle. This bow uses light arrows.


Improving the quiver. How do I carry more arrows in Assassin's Creed Valhalla?


Are you running out of shots too quickly in Assassin's Creed Valhalla? This page will show you how to carry more of them by increasing the quiver's capacity.


All you have to do is go to the tab "Inventory" , and then move the cursor to quiver. Use option to improve.


Also note the cost of the capacity increase . In the first few levels, you pay to upgrade with iron and leather, and then with more valuable materials.

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