Assassin’s Creed Origins Hunter Builds Guide

Assassin’s Creed Origins Hunter Builds Guide to help you learn all about building your Hunter in the most effective of manner.

Assassin’s Creed Origins features a skill tree that allows players to customize their character and invest in abilities they think can help build a stronger Bayek. You need points to unlock each ability and points are earned by completing main as well as side quest of Assassin’s Creed Origins.

There are three different types of builds you can invest toward. The following Assassin’s Creed Origins best Hunter build abilities will suggest best Assassin’s Creed Origins starting abilities and best late-game abilities you should invest in for the perfect early and late game Hunter Builds

For more help, check out our Assassin’s Creed Origins Skill-Tree Guide, How to Level Up Fast Guide, and Tips and Tricks Guide.

Assassin’s Creed Origins Hunter Builds

Starting Abilities

Master Hunter: Increase damage of all your bows by 1%. You can buy this ability multiple times

Stealth Kill Streak: Chained Stealth kills increases the amount of XP you get

Bow Fury: After getting a stealth kill with your bow, you’ll have 3-second slo-mo window with your bow. This allows you to kill more than one enemy

Elite Ranger: Jumping in the air while aiming your bow will trigger slow-mo

Chain Assassination: Kill an enemy and throw his weapon at another enemy nearby

Headshot XP: Headshots grants bonus XP

Assassination XP: Kills grant more XP

Assassination Loot: Automatically loot an assassinated enemy

Bow Bearer: Equip a second bow

Arrow Retriever: Loot arrows stuck on your shield

Hunter’s Instinct: Mark an enemy, civilian, or animal using Senu to see which route they are taking

Late Game Builds

Eagle Tagging: Use Senu in the stationary mode to tag points of interests as well as enemies

Eagle Harass: While in stationary mode, look at an enemy and have Senu stun him. Senu can also harass enemies

Enhanced Light Bow: More stability while shooting

Enhanced Warrior Bow: Charge the shot and reduce its dispersion zone

For the hunter build you need to upgrade your predator bows as much as you can, other than that it’s as simple as just grinding out your hidden blade and quiver and there’s not a lot else that you can do early on about this.

The bows that you should look out for are:

  • Amenhotep’s Bow
  • Jebel Barkal
  • Trophy Hunter

The Amenhotep’s bow has the highest stealth damage and the Jebel Barkal has the most range damage.

You can get the Trophy Hunter bow by defeating two elephants Qetesh and Resheph. Your planning tactics will come very handy in this game and help you out a lot

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