East Anglia contains 10 Artifact Locations in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (ACV). This walkthrough will guide you to all Artifacts in East Anglia Territory and how to get them. None of the Artifacts are missable, you can still find everything in free-roam after the story. It’s recommended to collect everything as you go through the regions to level up.
Artifact Collectibles get marked by white icons on the world map automatically when synchronizing the viewpoints. They include the following types of collectibles: Rigsogur Fragments, Treasure Hoard Maps, Flying Papers, Roman Artifacts. Finding all Artifacts is needed to 100% complete all Territories for the Completionist All the Way! trophy or achievement.
Also in this region:
Artifact #1: Rigsogur Fragment
Enter the building with the Artifact location through the ground floor. Left of the throne are some crates you can move out of the way to enter the backroom. In there, shoot the wooden barricade on top of the ladder and climb up to the room with the Artifact.
Artifact #2: Roman Artifact
For this Artifact, you need to find the pool shown in the screenshot below and dive down. Head through the linear passage until you reach a fork, and go right and swim through. You’ll arrive at a breakable wall, so melee it and claim the Artifact from the statue. Try to be quick as you have to swim back the way you came and don’t get a chance to refill your breath meter.
Artifact #3: Flying Paper
The starting point for this one is a pole sticking out of the side of the church.
Artifact #4: Cursed Symbol
Shoot the shrunken head, up high in a tree.
Artifact #5: Cursed Symbol
The entrance to the Cursed Symbol area is quite far from its icon, and is located at Grime’s Graves (the blue shield Treasure of Britain icon on the map shown above). You’ll enter here as part of East Anglia Mystery #7. Once you reach the room with the Cursed Symbol, drop down into the flooded area below and you’ll see the glowing shrunken head in plain sight.
Artifact #6: Flying Paper
The starting point for this one is a pole near the town gate.
Artifact #7: Cursed Symbol
Shoot the cursed head in plain sight.
Artifact #8: Treasure Hoard Map
The map is in an outhouse, but first you need the Edmund’s Hope Key to get in there. Head into the church and in the first room, look up and spot a ladder you can knock down by shooting the latch. Head up, grab the key and head back to the outhouse to open the door.
Artifact #9: Roman Artifact
Kill the men in the area then grab an oil jar from just outside the circle of pillars. Use it to blow up the explodable floor, then drop through. Head into another room and you’ll see a gated window, through which you can fire an arrow to destroy another oil jar which will blow up the explodable wall out in the corridor. Head through and grab the Artifact hanging on the statue.
Artifact #10: Roman Artifact
Climb onto the roof of the church and drop down into a room. The Artifact is hanging on the wall.
That’s 100% of the Artifacts you can find in East Anglia Region of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (ACV).
For all other Artifacts check out the complete Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Artifacts Guide. For the other Collectibles in this region check out the Wealth Guide and Mysteries Guide.
David slade says
Might be a silly question but if the artifact is not showing on the map what is the best thing to do? Trying to make sure things don’t bug! So far so good but in East Anglia two aren’t showing. Will check each just trying to work out what to try.
It’s normal that some artifacts don’t show on the map automatically when syncing viewpoints. Some only show on the map when getting close to them (within 300 meters). But as long as they spawn and can be picked up and count towards the region’s progression you should be all good.
David slade says
Thanks power! Had to reload a few times, one bug I came across a few times is when guards carry the wealth, you loot but it doesn’t count. Finished the game just going for all collectables. No idea where we would be without you and your team buddy!