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Assassin’s Creed Mirage The Calling – where is the hidden place?

There will be many different quests to do in the latest Assassin’s Creed title. One of the those quests is called The Calling and requires you to find the Assassin’s Creed Mirage hidden place. But how to do so? Where is it?

There will not be a lot of clues, much like other quests in this game. You will have to use your intuition to figure out where to go.

But, you can also use this guide of course. Keep reading to find out where is the Assassin’s Creed Mirage hidden place to solve The Calling quest.

Where is the hidden place to solve The Calling quest?

The only clue given by the game is that this place is located north of the Aqarquf Dunes. So, in order to find the hidden place, travel to the Dunes from the Northern Oasis, which is on the north side of the map. From the fast-travel location, head straight towards the lake. There are some enemies nearby but this isn’t a private area so you can just walk past.

Now, go into the lake and dive down until you find the secret cave entrance. Keep following the path ahead, until you reach a large room with magic barriers all around. In orter to dispel each barrier, you will need enough Mysterious Shards to unlock a unique piece of equipment.

These will be armor, a sword and a dagger. Overall, to unlock everything you need to dispel all the magic barriers, you will need ten Mysterious Shards.

And that’s all you need to finish to solve The Calling quest in Assassin’s Creed Mirage. For more tips and tricks on the game, check out our guides on the excavation site and how to find ivory brooch.

Damiano Gerli

Damiano Gerli was born with a faithful Commodore 64 by his side. It taught him how to program basic adventure games and introduced him to new genres. Then, he fell in love with Sega -- while the Master System wasn't as powerful as the Genesis, it was where he played Sonic and Outrun. Years later, he got the idea that he was the most Sega-knowledgeable person in the world, so he opened a website in 1997, The Genesis Temple. Damiano is a gaming industry professional and historian, loves adventure and indie titles, but he never shies away from action and triple-A RPGs. Basically, Damiano is been writing about videogames for 20 years, with no plans to stop. Say hi to him on X at @damgentemp.