God of War Ragnarok is an action adventure game created by PS Studios developer Santa Monica Studio for PS5 swear PS4, and is the sequel to 2018’s critically acclaimed God of War. In our God of War Ragnarok reviewwe described the title as “phenomenal” and awarded it a 10/10.
In this God of War Ragnarok guidewe’ll include a complete walkthrough for the campaign and its side-quests, show you how to get all collectibles, and reveal crucial wiki information about important unlockables, such as weapons and armor.
Please do keep in mind that, while we’ve endeavored to keep plot specifics to a minimum, the nature of this God of War Ragnarok guide means there will be some story spoilers inside. Therefore, we’d advise proceeding with caution before delving deeper into this page.
- This God of War Ragnarok guide is a work in progressand will be updated in due course.
God of War Ragnarok Guide: Walkthrough
For the first part of our God of War Ragnarok guide, we’ll share a full walkthrough for the entirety of the game’s campaign, including puzzle solutions and combat strategies. This walkthrough comprehensively details every quest The Pathwhich is the name of the title’s main storyline, as well as all of the Favours, which are optional side-quests that add flavor to the release’s lore. You’ll also find a breakdown of all Labourswhich are additional gameplay objectives you’ll discover as you progress.
The Path Walkthrough
The Path represents the God of War Ragnarok’s main story quests. A full walkthrough can be found below:
Favours are God of War Ragnarok’s side-quests. You can find a full list, with walkthroughs, in our All Quests guide.
Labor Walkthrough *
Labours are optional gameplay objectives in God of War Ragnarok. You can find a full list in our All Quests guide.
God of War Ragnarok Guide: Equipment and Gear
For the next part of our God of War Ragnarok guide, we’ll share a complete breakdown of all the equipment and gear available in the game, including weapons, armor, and ability-enhancing accessories. Within you’ll find pages explaining exactly where to find all of the best items in the game, as well as information on their attributes and upgrades.
Relics and Runics
God of War Ragnarok: Skills
For this part of us God of War Ragnarok guide, we’ll include a complete list of all skills that can be unlocked in the game. Skills can be purchased using XP you earn as you progress through the campaign, and can be used to unlock new combat abilities and performance buffs.
God of War Ragnarok Guide: Collectibles
For the next part of our God of War Ragnarok guide, we’ll include a comprehensive breakdown of all collectibles that can be found in the game. In addition to revealing the locations of every collectible in the game, we’ll also include puzzle solutions, checklists, and much more to help ensure you achieve 100% completion.
God of War Ragnarok Guide: Trophies
For this part of us God of War Ragnarok guide, we’re going to help you unlock all the game’s Trophies, including its coveted Platinum. We’ll share strategies, solutions, and secrets, as well as explain all the steps you need to take to 100% complete Santa Monica Studio’s sprawling sequel.
God of War Ragnarok Guide: Wiki
For this section of our God of War Ragnarok guidewe’ll include key wiki information, such as a breakdown of all enemies you’ll encounter across the nine realms alongside strategies on how to defeat them, as well as a full breakdown of all resources and where to find them.
God of War Ragnarok Guide: FAQs
For the penultimate portion of our God of War Ragnarok guidewe’ll dedicate a little time to answering some frequently asked questions you may have about the title, such as the best difficulty to select and how long the campaign takes to complete.
God of War Ragnarok Guide: Tips and Tricks for Beginners
In this final section of our God of War Ragnarok guide, we’ll include some tips and tricks for beginners, including things we wish we’d known before we started playing. Below you’ll find a list of simple strategies and techniques that can help you get the most out of Santa Monica Studio’s latest.
Learn When to Defend and When to Dodge
When enemies attack in God of War Ragnarok, colored circles will appear on the screen to illustrate what you need to do. It’s imperative you pay attention to these. A yellow circle means that a move can be parried, so tap the L1 button just at the last moment before the hit lands to stagger your enemy. Meanwhile, a red circle means that the strike will break your guard, so dodge roll out of its way.
Health Bars Represent the Strength of Your Enemy
If you’re repeatedly coming up against enemies that are kicking your ass, then carefully consider the color of your aggressor’s energy bar. If they have a red HP meter, then that means they’re at a higher level than you currently are. While you may have some success against these enemies, it may be a good idea to come back once you’ve upgraded your equipment. This is especially true with enemies who have skulls on their life bar.
Don’t Be Afraid to Move On
While it can be tempting to try to complete everything God of War Ragnarok shows you in one fell swoop, the reality is that its Nine Realms are designed to be returned to. This means that you won’t be able to reach all of the game’s secrets right away, as you may need an additional piece of equipment or a special ability. Spend as much time as you like exploring, but don’t be afraid to move on when you’re ready — after all, you can always come back later.
Speak with Brok and Sindri Regularly
If you’re passing one of the Huldra Brothers’ many workshops on your journey, then don’t be afraid to drop-in and say hello. While it’s not always true, a lot of the time they’ll have new equipment available for you, so it’s always a good idea to quickly check in and see what they have on offer. Make sure you’re upgrading your equipment when you can, too; there are enough resources in the game to upgrade everythingso there’s really no point in hoarding.
And that concludes our God of War Ragnarok guide, we sincerely hope you’ve found this walkthrough and 100% completion resource useful! If you have any further suggestions for content we could add to our wiki, let us know in the comments section below.