Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate is the newest entry in Ubisoft’s flagship open world action adventure franchise. While the disastrous Assassin’s Creed Unity made Ubisoft scale back on the ambition and scale with Syndicate, there is still a staggering amount of stuff to find and do here- we still have a massive map, and all sorts of collectibles hidden all over the place. Use this guide to hunt down all of them, and to ensure you get to see and do everything that there is to see and do in Assassin’s Creed Syndicate.
Using this guide you will be able to collect and find all Royal Letter, Pressed Flowers, Gang Strongholds, Gang Wars, Templar Hunts, Bounty Hunts, Child Liberation and Historical Posters and Illustrations. We have also included guides for Outfits, Belts, Capes and Ezio Outfit along with unlimited and infinite money cheats and cheat codes. Furthermore we have also included tips and tricks for making money faster, levelling up faster, weapon, armor and customization, unlimited resources, XP/Experience Points. We have also included a crafting guide along with a video guide for unlocking some of the trophies and achievements in the game.
All Royal Letter Locations:
There are 12 Royal Letters to be found in the game. Once you find all of them you will unlock the “A Life in Letters” trophy and achievement.
Pressed Flowers Locations Guide:
There are multiple Pressed Flowers hidden all over the map of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. You can hunt all of them down using the video below, which shows you just where all of them are hidden. You can keep track of which Pressed Flowers you do and do not have by checking Database – Encyclopedia – Collectibles – Pressed Flowers.
Finding all 30 Pressed Flower locations and picking them up will help unlock the following Achievement / Trophy:
“Language of Flowers” (20 Gamerscore / Bronze Trophy) — Collect all of the Pressed Flowers.
And remember, if you would rather hunt down these Flowers yourself, you can always just buy Treasure Maps from merchants. Your Black Market Merchant at your Train/Mobile Base will especially help you out with this.
Syndicate Gang Strongholds Locations:
Finding all 11 Gang Stronghold locations and completing them will help unlock the following Achievement / Trophy:
* “Flawless Conqueror” (20 Gamerscore / Bronze Trophy) — Secure three Gang Strongholds and complete their optional constraints.
You can use the guide below to help you track down all the hidden locations on the map:
Gang Wars Locations Guide:
Finding Gang War locations and completing them will help towards unlocking the following Achievements / Trophies. It also is some of the best side content in the game, so you really want to make sure you do this, even if you do nothing else.
The Achievements/Trophies you unlock are:
“Friends at My Back” (20 Gamerscore / Bronze Trophy) — Recruit a gang of 5 allies.
“Keys to the City” (20 Gamerscore / Silver Trophy) — Acquire all of the Gang Upgrades.
Use the guide below to track down the Gang Wars:
Templar Hunts Locations:
It’s an Assassin’s Creed game, so naturally, at some point or another, you are going to be hunting down Templars. Syndicate is generous in that regard, it gives you multiple Templar hunts per district. The video below shows you where to find each one.
Completing all 17 Templar Hunts will help unlock the following Achievement / Trophy:
“Unqualified Success” (20 Gamerscore / Bronze Trophy) — Complete three Templar Hunts and their challenges.
Bounty Hunts Locations Guide:
The Bounty Hunts in Assassin’s Creed can grow a little similar, and can get a bit tiring by the final few. But hey, completing all of them nets you a pretty Achievement/Trophy, so why not get them out of the way, right?
Finding all 17 Bounty Hunt locations and completing them will help unlock the following Achievement / Trophy:
“Thieftaker” (20 Gamerscore / Bronze Trophy) — Bring three Bounty targets back alive
The video below will help you track down all of these:
Child Liberations Locations Guide:
As an Assassin, and especially given your dark history (and that of your twin sibling) in Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, it stands to reason that you won’t stand for any abuse or exploitation of any kind, particularly exploitation of children. In Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, there are several Child Liberation missions scattered throughout the map. This video tells you where to find them.
Finding Child Liberation locations and completing them will help unlock the following Achievement / Trophy:
“Children’s Aid Society” (30 Gamerscore / Bronze Trophy) — Complete five Child Liberation memories.
There are multiple Historical Posters hidden all over the map of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. You can hunt all of them down using the video below, which shows you just where all of them are hidden. You can keep track of which Historical Posters you do and do not have by checking Database – Encyclopedia – Collectibles – Illustrations.
And remember, if you would rather hunt down these Posters yourself, you can always just buy Treasure Maps from merchants. Your Black Market Merchant at your Train/Mobile Base will especially help you out with this.
Finding all 50 Historical Poster / Illustration locations and picking them up will help unlock the following Achievement / Trophy:
“Student of History” (20 Gamerscore / Bronze Trophy) — Collect all of the Historical Posters.
Unlocking All Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Outfits, Belts & Capes:
Taking a cue from Assassin’s Creed II, every single game in the series since then has featured multiple costumes for their Assassin heroes. Syndicate has a frankly absurd amount of costumes, including one that is tied to a major sidequest.
Unlockable costumes in Syndicate are tied not just to in game quests, but also to Ubisoft Club (formerly Uplay) rewards. The Ubisoft Club rewards are rewards you gain by gaining Ubisoft Credits. These are gained in exchange for doing tasks on the Ubisoft Club website and completing quests in-game.
Most costumes, however, can be earned in game, simply by leveling up, or by completing missions and sidequests of various kinds. One of them, the Aegis Costume (which is the best costume for Evie) can only be gained by completing the Secrets of London sidequest. After finding all music boxes and returning to Reuge’s Vault. You’ll get Evie’s best outfit in the game, the Aegis outfit, immediately upon finishing the Secrets of London at the Vault by inserting them into the Vault (although you still need to craft the Aegis cape for yourself).
Other special costumes include the Dracula Costume, which you can craft over the course of the game (you get its schematic after Sequence 8 Mission 4) and the Light and Dark costume, which can be found hidden on the map (the video below shows its exact location). In addition, you will find multiple free costumes released for the game after its launch, so keep an eye out for those ones.
Cheat Codes And Cheats:
Unlimited and Infinite Money:
With just a little effort, it is possible to completely trivialize the economy of London in game. It is possible, by investing just a little time and effort into the game, to earn so much money that you will never be left wanting. This is not a cheat- this is just being very clever about things, and making sure you understand and exploit its systems.
Just follow the steps below, and all your economic woes will be a thing of the past:
Completely conquer/liberate all of London. You don’t have to worry about the races, the fight clubs, and the cargo hijacks.
Complete the Templar Hunt and Gang Stronghold activities (you can see how to complete them earlier in this guide). As a bonus, you earn £2000-£3000 upon completion of each individual one.
Use all the money you’ve gathered so far by buying all the Gang Upgrades in the Main Menu. Make sure to invest everything in the “Swindler” section, for the “Ale Heist” (3 upgrades) and especially the “Pub Investor” (5 upgrades). Ale Heist alone nets you £500 every thirty minutes, which stacks as you get all eight money related upgrades, to £130,000 for every three hours the game is on!
Still the most iconic protagonist Assassin’s Creed has ever had, Ezio makes a cameo in Assassin’s Creed Syndicate… well, sort of. You can unlock his costume in the game, which is the next best thing. The video below shows you how:
Achievements and Trophy Guide:
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate is an easy game to get a maxed out Gamerscore/get a Platinum Trophy for! Just follow our Achievements/Trophies guide below, and you’ll have a relatively easy time of it:
A Spanner in the Works
Complete Memory Sequence 1.
A Simple Plan
Complete Memory Sequence 2.
A Modern Babylon
Complete Memory Sequence 3.
A Quick and Reliable Remedy
Complete Memory Sequence 4.
The Perils of Business
Complete Memory Sequence 5.
A Run on the Bank
Complete Memory Sequence 6.
All Is Fair in Politics
Complete Memory Sequence 7.
The Joys of Freedom
Complete Memory Sequence 8.
Friends at My Back
Recruit a gang of 5 allies.
Kick fifty enemies off of trains.
Secure three Gang Strongholds and complete their optional constraints.
Win three different Fight Clubs.
A Quarter-Furlong at a Time
Finish first in 3 different Street Races.
Complete ten Raids of any type with Jacob or Evie.
Bring three Bounty targets back alive.
Complete three Templar Hunts and their challenges.
Children’s Aid Society
Complete five Child Liberation memories.
A Broad Base
Reach Loyalty level 1 with all Associates.
Bedfellows, Strange or Otherwise
Reach maximum Loyalty with any Associate.
Acquire ten Perks.
Keys to the City
Acquire all of the Gang Upgrades.
Craft a Level 10 Item.
Learn every Fight Skill as Jacob.
Learn every Stealth Skill as Evie.
Wonder of the Age
Reach Level 10.
Complete twenty Crowd Events.
Language of Flowers
Collect all of the Pressed Flowers. Refer guide above.
Student of History
Collect all of the Historical Posters. Refer guide above.
A Life in Letters
Collect all of the Royal Letters. Refer guide above.
Synchronize every Viewpoint in London.
Reach 100% Sync in the Main Memories
Destroy twenty vehicles by ramming them.
WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU
Flip five vehicles by shooting their horses.
Look Out Below
Kill three enemies with a single stack of hanging barrels.
You Wouldn’t Steal a Policeman’s Helmet
Hijack twenty police vehicles.
Reach combo level 40.
Whirlwind of Death
Perform fifty Multi-Finishers.
Blade in the Crowd
Assassinate fifty enemies.
Affect at least four enemies simultaneously with the Hallucinogenic Dart.