Assassin’s Creed Origins latest DLC introduces a host of new equipment. This AC Origins: Curse Of The Pharaohs Legendary Weapons Guide will tell you where to find the best and strongest new Legendary Weapons that arrive with the brand new DLC.
As with the previous DLC, Curse Of The Pharaohs introduces a very limited number of new Legendary Weapons. There are other weapons available, for the different rarities, but with the huge amount available in the game already, it’s likely most of them will fall short of your current arsenal. Below is a list of all the different Legendary Weapons we’ve discovered so far including details on how to unlock them.
As with all AC Origins Legendary items, there are more than one way to get them. Listed are just the particular activities I was doing to unlock them.
Assassin’s Creed Origins: Curse Of The Pharaohs Legendary Weapons Guide
You can get this weapon by completing this quest “Ladies Grace”. This is a Pharaoh Dual Sword that does poison damage on hit. That combined with the quick striking of the Dual Swords makes this a strong weapon for anyone who is interested in poisoning their enemies.
This Legendary Hunter Bow is a potential reward for completing the Love Or Duty Side Quest in Aaru. A sleep on hit is perfect for the tougher enemies that don’t go down in a single headshot while the charging speed and adrenaline on kill keep the fast-paced combat flourishing.
This sword can’t really be missed as it is from part of the main story. After you complete the quest “The Heretic” you will be rewarded with this sword. Is has Instant Charging as a perk so your heavy attacks charge up much quicker.
While his exact place of burial remains a mystery, his tools of destruction do not. The legendary Daggers Of Tutankhamun provide the perfect traits for Critical Hit fans with maximum Critical Hit Damage, Health for Critical and Adrenaline Regeneration. You obtain these powerful weapons through the National Treasures Side Quest.
The crit machine. Maximum Critical Hit Rate accompanied by Level 3 Critical Hit damage makes Amuns Might one of the more powerful Regular Swords in the game. Combine this with the instant charging and you’ll be sending your foes to the afterlife in droves. You obtain this Legendary Weapon after you complete God or Creed Side Quest.
With two Adrenaline perks this one is sure to get your bloody pumping. Adrenaline on Hurt and Adrenaline on Kill accompanied by Health on Kills makes you a near unstoppable killing machine. A worthwhile addition to anyone’s arsenal. Defeat The Relentless One Shadow of Anubis during the story mission Blood in the Water.
Combo’s for days. The Lord of Thebes Scepter has the rare Combo Multiplier perk alongside Health on Hit and Critical Hit Rate. A worthy weapon for any Scepter wielding heroes of old. You can unlock this Legendary Weapon by completing an Unfair Trade side quest.
One of the best Legendary Warrior Bows in all of Egypt. A deadly combination of Bleeding on Hit and Fire Damage, alongside Rank 3 Precision, it’s enough to get you watering at the mouth. You need to defeat The Fearless One Shadow of Anubis for this reward.
Killer range accompanied by Combo Multiplier Level 4 and Critical Hit Damage 1. You get this deadly beast after you defeat Tutankhamun.
Adding this powerful shield to your arsenal will make you anything but sorry. Huge ranged resistance, level 3 melee resistance and a chance to sleep on block. Your enemies will grow so tired of trying to penetrate its defense, they’ll just pass out. To obtain this masterpiece you must complete the Follower or Leader Side Quest.
I’d be in harmony if getting hit by this thing was the alternative. Maximum Critical Damage alongside Health on Hit and Adrenaline on Kill make this monstrosity of a weapon a pure bred killing machine. This Legendary Weapon is rewarded when you complete The King of Kings main story quest.