- God Of War Ragnarok is not fully over after you beat the main story.
- There are so many little secrets to find, hidden bosses to beat, and easter eggs to collect in the game.
- These little details make you appreciate the game even more.
God Of War Ragnarok is a huge game filled with hours of content, and there are many little secrets hidden in the game. Some of these secrets can only be seen after completing the main story, while others are easter eggs that you collect on your journey. There are many references to other games as well within Ragnarok. Lastly, there is a Secret Ending that some players might have also missed.
DISCLAIMER: We will delve into spoilers about the game, so make you’ve ended the main story of God Of War Ragnarok.
All Secrets And Easter Eggs In God Of War Ragnarok
The list is huge, but we will entail each and every secret or easter egg that we were able to find in the game.
Kvasir’s Poems are collectibles that you can find scattered all over the Nine Realms in the game. These are actually 14 pieces of Poetry, and each poem is a reference to a certain Playstation Exclusive Game, including games like Death Stranding and Horizon Forbidden West. It is a wholesome gesture from Sony Santa Monica to reference other games from Playstation Studios.
Thrud And Mjolnir
After ending the game, go to Lunda, and she will tell you to visit her at the shop in Alfheim near the desert. She actually wants to show you something there. Basically, you can see Thrud come to terms with her feelings and use Mjolnir. She says that she will be better and flies off using Mjolnir. It is another wholesome scene that players might forget to go watch in the game.
Ratatoskr And His Chime
Ratatoskr shows you a chime that you can hit with your Leviathan Axe in order to call on him. Basically, it can be used to summon him if you want to start or complete some side quest with him. However, if you continuously hit the chime with your Axe, then Ratatoskr has some special dialogue in store for you and you should go test it out for yourself in the game.
Surtr specifically mentions not to tell Sinmara of his death in order to create Ragnarok. However, when we go visit the realm of Niflheim again after ending the main story. We can hear Sinmara crying out for Surtr, and that just shows how the feelings of love can surpass even the Nine Realms. It is a nice little detail that you might miss if you don’t visit Niflheim after ending the story.
After ending the game, Kratos gets various Yggdrasil Seeds that unlock realm travel to new areas. One of these is Jotunheim, and it will be the first time you’ll visit that realm as Kratos. There you can talk to Angrboda, pet Fenrir, and learn new lore about Ragnarok. It is another secret visit that only unlocks after you’ve beaten the game.
You must’ve stumbled upon various Troll Statues in God Of War Ragnarok. These were actually major bosses in God Of War 2018, but they are now dormant and standing still like statues. However, you can actually fight them, and most players will probably forget battling these trolls. You actually need a special Relic known as the Mystical Heirloom to fight these trolls, and that can only be found in the late game. However, most players don’t even know the purpose of that relic even after finding it, which is why they miss out on these secret Troll Boss Battles.
Did you know that Bear McCreary, the composer of God Of War Ragnarok’s masterclass music, is actually a character in the game? He is actually the bard or musician in the tavern in Svartalfheim.
Gna is another secret boss battle that players might miss as it is available only after ending the main storyline of the game. It is one of the best boss fights that you should not miss out on additionally, and the secret battle is actually located in Muspelheim in God Of War Ragnarok.
It is the only Valkyrie boss fight in the game, aside from the duo of Valkyries that you fight at the Spark of the World. Basically, you battle Odin’s Valkyrie Queen Gna, and at the end of the fight, there is a special cutscene that is absolutely worth it.
Another secret boss fight that you might miss in the game is the Ravenkeeper boss fight. It is not a matter of it being hidden but the amount of grind that you have to do in order to unlock the boss fight. You have to destroy all 48 of Odin’s Ravens in order to start this boss fight at the Raven Tree in Niflheim.
Don’t forget to visit Chaurli with Freya after ending the game for a special interaction between the two characters. We added this to our list as most players might forget to even visit Chaurli after ending the main questline.
Eavesdropping In Asgard
Did you know that, as Atreus, you can eavesdrop on various characters in Asgard? That includes Thor, Sif, Thrud, Heimdall, and Odin. Some players might miss doing this, but it is a fun little secret that just makes you learn more lore about what’s happening in the game.
The Secret Ending
The ending that you get after Kratos and Atreus separate is not actually the real ending. You actually have to go to Svartalfheim for Brok’s funeral in order to get the real ending. It puts a conclusion on Sindri’s character, and you get to hear one of the most emotional songs whilst saying your final goodbyes to Brok.
The Real Tyr
Finding out that the Tyr we rescue is actually Odin was one of the biggest plot twists in God Of War Ragnarok. However, after the story ends, you can actually go rescue the Real Tyr from the Asgardian Prison in Niflheim. Additionally, you can then meet Tyr in all of the eight realms for some special dialogue and lore drops. It is another great little detail that most players might never find.
Revisiting Kratos’ Home
After ending the game, go visit Kratos’ home in Midgard, and you will find a special surprise from Atreus. It is a gift from Atreus that he left for his father, and Kratos keeps it in his own collection. There is some special dialogue between Kratos and Mimir here as well.
Thor Vs Faye
There is a huge optional area that you can explore in Vanaheim, and it is known as the Crater Region. This area is filled with hours of side content, but the thing that surprised us the most was the secret lore that you can find here. There is a frozen lighting bolt that you can find in the Crater similar to the one of Midgard that was created after the battle between Thor and Kratos.
However, the one in the Crater was actually created after the battle between Thor and Faye that happened in the past. It is a cool little lore secret that you can uncover here. Additionally, you will find more information as to why the battle happened after you complete the various side quests in the Crater region, including the Return of the River Favor.
God Of War Ragnarok is filled with hours of content in addition to its side quests and little secrets hidden around the world. And the experience doesn’t get boring over the course of the game, as the addicting gameplay keeps you hooked. The masterclass storytelling is just the cherry on top additionally. If you own a Playstation 4 or Playstation 5, then you should definitely play God Of War Ragnarok.
This concludes our guide on all of the little secrets and easter eggs that you might have missed in your playthrough of God Of War Ragnarok. We tried our best to mention each and every secret that we found in the game. However, we might have missed a few on our list. Let us know about any secrets that we missed about the game in the comments below!
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