Assassin's Creed Rogue Remastered guide: Blueprint locations

Where to find every Blueprint ship upgrade in the Xbox One and PS4 remaster.

Assassin’s Creed Rogue Remastered is almost here for the Xbox One and Playstation 4, and while the seas may be smaller than Black Flag’s, there are still plenty of collectibles to snag as you traverse the waves. Aside from Animus Fragments there are also Blueprints, Letters, Cave Paintings and Viewpoints to find, so there’s plenty to keep you occupied.

(Psst! Hunting down the other collectibles? Check out our War Letter and Cave Painting locations guides.)

In this article we’re covering the 19 Blueprints you’ll find around the world of Assassin’s Creed Rogue Remastered. They're worth grabbing, too, as each one helps you upgrade the Morrigan, Shay Cormac’s ship. Plenty of these upgrades are purely cosmetic changes, but if you’re anything like us, you’ll need to have them all regardless. To find every Blueprint in Assassin’s Creed Rogue Remastered, check out our nifty spreadsheet below.




Elite Explosive Shot River Valley, Riviere Aurifere 577, -300
Elite Burning Oil River Valley, Otetiani 95, -367
Aquila Figurehead River Valley, Dekanawida 484, -664
Elite Hull River Valley, Genessee 365, -14
Elite Set of Cannons River Valley, Aarushi 959, -66
Blackbeard Sails New York 315, -284
Elite Round Shot New York 504, -348
Elite Puckle Gun New York 500, -608
Aquila Wheel New York 555, -491
Blackbeard Figurehead New York 594, -476
Aquila Sails New York 493, -724
Elite Icebreaker Ram North Atlantic, Fogo 921, -77
Elite Mortars North Atlantic, HMS Miranda 729, -178
Elite Burning Oil Storage North Atlantic, Gros Morne 499, -311
Elite Heavy Shot North Atlantic, The Apphire 915, -337
Elite Mortar Storage North Atlantic, Terra Nova 782, -479
Blackbeard Wheel North Atlantic, Le Chameau 68, -480
Elite Puckle Gun Cylinder North Atlantic, Nerepis 132, -744
Elite Heavy Shot Storage North Atlantic, Pearl Island 948, -928
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