AC Vahalla’s Devil’s Quoits are a group of standing stones in Glowecestrescire that players must solve the puzzle on.
Ubisoft has dotted the landscape of its Viking era title, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, with iconic standing stones found all throughout Europe. These well-noted monoliths are from civilizations centuries past with no concrete data on the precise reason as to why they exist. In their latest installment into the flagship franchise, Ubisoft has repurposed these stones as a simple puzzle meant to reward players for their use of perspective.
AC Valhalla Devils Quoits
The stones stand directly west of Oxeneforda, across the river on the peninsula. Upon approaching the stones, players should be on the lookout for the carved symbol they’ll need to match on the cluster. As we mentioned before, from there, it’s all about perspective.
Players need move about the outskirts of the stones and rotate their camera until the bright cyan lining on the stones matches up with the previously carved symbol. The game should automatically alert players once they’ve lined everything up correctly. Some have reported they needed to use a boat to get the symbol correct.
This symbol on the Devils Quoits bears a similarity to several types of existing Celtic knots. Most notably, it’s reminiscent of the cross, a symbol that wouldn’t see much Norse use until the dissolving of the Great Heathen Army a few years in the future. After their defeat in Edington at the hands of King Alfred of Wessex, a treaty was signed to include the definition of territories and the baptizing of the then-leader Guthrum the Old.