Sunday, 26 May 2024

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Introduces Item Transmog Feature

In the world of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Eivor encounters a vast array of weapons and gear, each with their own unique abilities and powers. However, sometimes personal style and optimal performance don’t align, and players may find themselves wanting to change the appearance of their gear without sacrificing its functionality. Luckily, Ubisoft has heard the community’s feedback and has introduced a highly anticipated feature in the latest title update: item transmogrification.

Changing Appearance Made Easy

Assassin's Creed Valhalla

With the new transmog feature, players can now modify the visual appearance of their equipped items while retaining their original attributes. This means that players can customize their style without compromising on the efficiency of their gear. Whether it’s armor to reflect their Viking heritage or a weapon that matches their preferred combat style, the possibilities for personalization are now endless.

How to Transmog

To utilize this feature, players can visit Gunnar’s blacksmith in Ravensthorpe. For a small price of 50 silver, players will be able to change the appearance of their gear and weapons within the same category of items. Gunnar, the talented blacksmith, will gladly assist players in this process, stating, “This piece was already exceptionally beautiful, but if there’s anyone who could improve it, it’s me!”

Once an item has been modified, it will be marked with a star in the inventory, making it easy for players to identify their customized pieces in the midst of their collection.

Exciting Updates and Events

The introduction of transmog is just one of the many exciting changes brought about by the latest title update. Alongside this feature, Ubisoft has also laid the groundwork for the upcoming Ostara Festival, a seasonal event that promises a bloomy Ravensthorpe and a range of unique side activities such as egg hunts. Players can look forward to indulging in this festive celebration from March 18 to April 8, complete with special rewards to claim.

Additionally, the title update includes three new skills for players to discover and utilize, as well as a new close camera option that provides a more intimate perspective during gameplay. The update also addresses numerous bug fixes and balance tweaks, ensuring a smoother and more enjoyable experience for all players.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Here are some common questions players may have about the item transmog feature:

  • Q: Is the transmog feature available for all players?

    • A: Yes, the transmog feature is available for all players as part of the free Title Update 1.2.0.
  • Q: How much does it cost to change the appearance of an item?

    • A: Players can change the appearance of an item for a modest fee of 50 silver at Gunnar’s blacksmith in Ravensthorpe.
  • Q: Can I modify the appearance of any item?

    • A: The transmog feature allows players to change the appearance of their gear and weapons within the same category of items.
  • Q: How will I know which items I have modified?

    • A: Modified items will be marked with a star in the inventory, making them easily distinguishable from the rest of the collection.


The addition of the item transmog feature in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla opens up a world of possibilities for players to express their unique style while maintaining the effectiveness of their gear. With this update, Ubisoft continues to demonstrate their commitment to enhancing player experience and providing a platform for creative self-expression within the game. So, gather your weapons, armor, and Viking spirit, and embark on an adventure that is both visually stunning and deeply satisfying.

Let us know in the comments below if you’re excited to dive back into Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and explore the new transmog feature along with the other exciting updates. It’s the perfect opportunity to reacquaint yourself with the game before the highly anticipated Wrath of the Druids DLC launch later this spring.