Assassin’s Creed Mirage: How to Get Treasure Hunter Costume

Here's how to get the Treasure Hunter costume in Assassin's Creed Mirage

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Costumes in Assassin’s Creed Mirage are purely cosmetic. However, what they lack in innate perks and abilities, they make up for by letting you retain the abilities of the current clothes you have equipped. These add a nice flair to your appearance, giving Basim a nice drip for assassinating marks. In this guide, we’ll be going over how to get the Treasure Hunter costume in AC Mirage

How to Get Treasure Hunter Costume in Assassin’s Creed Mirage

You can get the Treasure Hunter costume by starting the Dervis’ Shop sidequest. You can find Dervis at the Dying Factory in Harbiyah. Once you talk to him, he’ll tell you he needs rare artifacts to fund the rebellion in Baghdad. They’ll be marked as Dervis’ Artifacts when you come across them, and there are 15 in total

Unlike other collectibles, you can’t buy a map from the Cartographer to show their locations. This is because these artifacts are carried by regular NPCs who sometimes walk around. You’ll have to keep an eye out for them in the world.

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How to Find NPCs with Dervis’ Artifacts

The best way to find these NPCs carrying Dervis’ Artifacts is by upgrading Enkidu’s abilities in the Skill Tree. You’ll want Enkidu Acuity 1 and 2 specifically since these make it easier for him to track collectibles. While you’re in any part of the city, use Enkidu to see if there are any of Dervis’ Artifacts around, helping you unlock the Treasure Hunter costume faster.

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When you find a person that has an artifact, you’ll have to pickpocket them for it. To make it easier, you’ll also want to have the Pickpocket Master Skill unlocked. This allows you to retrieve the target’s valuables more efficiently. 

Once you have all 15 of Dervis’ Artifacts, head back to his shop in the Dying Factory. Return all of the artifacts, and you’ll be rewarded with the Treasure Hunter costume. Again, this costume has no special effects. It’s purely cosmetic. 

That’s how to get the Treasure Hunter costume in Assassin’s Creed Mirage. For more tips, tricks, and how-tos, check out our other AC Mirage guides

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