GOW Ragnarok: All Kvasir Poems & Easter Eggs

Have a look at all of the interesting easter eggs that are present in God Of War Ragnarok.

Yes! God Of War Ragnarok features easter eggs known as the Kvasir Poems in the game, and these are references to many Playstation games. In this guide, all the Kvasir Poems and their references have been listed!

Key Takeaways
  • There are 14 Kvasir Poems in the game, each referencing a different PlayStation game.
  • The Kvasir Poems are a sort of collectible in God of War Ragnarok.
  • Most of these are found in: 
    • Alfheim.
    • Svartalfheim.
    • Vanaheim.
  • Some of the Kvasir Poems that you can find in God of War Ragnarok include:
    • The Sunrise of Nothingness.
    • Toold and Bang.
    • Afterlife Abandonment.
    • Visions After Rest.
    • Celestial Construct.
    • Spirits Within Walls.

All Kvasir Poem References In God Of War Ragnarok

Here’s a quick recap of all the Kvasir Poems and their references in God of War Ragnarok:

NameLocation Reference
The Sunrise of NothingnessSvartalfheim, the realm of the DwarvesHorizon Series, Playstation Studios
Large Society Ground Orb, The PerformanceSvartalfheim, the realm of the DwarvesMLB The Show, Playstation-exclusive title
We Who Remain, Part The SecondSvartalfheim, the realm of the DwarvesThe Last of Us series
Tool And BangSvartalfheim, the realm of the DwarvesRatchet and Clank games
Afterlife AbandonmentRealm of Elves, AlfheimDeath Stranding
Visions After RestRealm of Elves, AlfheimDreams, Playstation Exclusive game
Spirits Within WallsRealm of Elves, AlfheimConcrete Genie
Celestial ConstructRealm of Elves, AlfheimAstro’s Playroom
Upon Pursuing A Place Not Marked On MapsVanaheimUncharted Series of Naughty Dog
TripVanaheim, the realm of the Vanir godsJourney, Playstation-exclusive game
Eastern SpecterAlfheimGhost Of Tsushima game, developed by Sucker Punch Productions.
An Organization In The FutureVanaheimThe Order 1886
SanguinityRealm of dwarves, SvartalfheimBloodborne, Playstation-exclusive games
The Dead Do Not RideMidgardDays Gone, an amazing post-apocalyptic zombie

There are 14 total Kvasir Poems that you can find in the game, and each of these references another Playstation title. These artifacts can be found by exploring all of the realms in the game as they are scattered around the world. We will now discuss the games that these Kvasir Poems reference.

The Sunrise Of Nothingness

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Horizon Easter Egg. [Image Credit: eXputer]
The first Kvasir Poem that you find in the game is called The Sunrise of Nothingness. It can be additionally found in Svartalfheim and is available to pick very early in the game. It references the critically acclaimed Horizon Series of Playstation Studios.

Large Society Ground Orb, The Performance

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MLB Easter Egg. [Image Credit: eXputer]
This is another Kvasir Poem that can be found in Svartalfheim, the realm of the Dwarves. It references MLB The Show, which was another Playstation-exclusive title. However, that game is now available on other platforms as well.

We Who Remain, Part The Second

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Last Of Us Easter Egg. [Image Credit: eXputer]
The third Kvasir Poem can also be found and collected in Svartlfheim as well. It references one of the best Playstation exclusive series known as The Last Of Us series.

Tool And Bang

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Rachet and Clank Easter Egg. [Image Credit: eXputer]
Tool And Bang can also be collected in Svartlfheim. It references the Ratchet and Clank games which are super fun Playstation Exclusive games that you can play.

Afterlife Abandonment

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Death Stranding Easter Egg. [Image Credit: eXputer]
It’s time to move to the realm of Elves known as Alfheim. You will find your fifth Kvasir Poem here, and that artifact references Death Stranding. Death Stranding was also a Playstation Exclusive game at launch, and it was made by Kojima Productions.

Visions After Rest

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Dreams Easter Egg. [Image Credit: eXputer]
Your Sixth Kvasir Poem is also located in Alfheim additionally. It references an extremely underrated Playstation Exclusive game known as Dreams. It is a fun game that basically lets you create anything and everything.

Spirits Within Walls

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Concrete Genie Easter Egg. [Image Credit: eXputer]
Alfheim Kvasir Poems continue with Spirits Within Walls. This is your seventh Kvasir Poem that references Concrete Genie additionally.

Celestial Construct

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Astro’s Playroom Easter Egg. [Image Credit: eXputer]
The final Kvasir Poem on Alfheim is the Celestial Construct, and it references Astro’s Playroom. That game was built to showcase the capabilities of the Dualsense, and it comes pre-installed on every PS5 console.

Upon Pursuing A Place Not Marked On Maps

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Uncharted Easter Egg. [Image Credit: eXputer]
The ninth Kvasir Poem that you find in the game is called Upon Pursuing A Place Not Marked On Maps. It can be found in Vanaheim. It references the critically acclaimed Uncharted Series of Naughty Dog, and these games are exclusive to Playstation.

Trip

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Journey Easter Egg. [Image Credit: eXputer]
This is another Kvasir Poem that can be found in Vanaheim, the realm of the Vanir gods. It references Journey, which is another Playstation-exclusive title. However, that game is now available on other platforms as well.

Eastern Specter

Ghost Of Tsushima Easter Egg. [Image Credit: eXputer]
The eleventh Kvasir Poem can be found in Alfheim. It references one of the best Playstation-exclusive games known as Ghost Of Tsushima, which is developed by Sucker Punch Productions.

An Organization In The Future

The Order 1886 Easter Egg. [Image Credit: eXputer]
An Organization In The Future can also be collected in Vanaheim. It references The Order 1886, which is another underrated Playstation Exclusive game.

Sanguinity

Bloodborne Easter Egg. [Image Credit: eXputer]
It’s time to go back to the realm of dwarves known as Svartalfheim. You will find your thirteenth Kvasir Poem here, and that artifact references Bloodborne. Bloodborne is one of the best Playstation-exclusive games that sadly didn’t receive any PS5 support or patch from Sony.

The Dead Do Not Ride

Days Gone Easter Egg. [Image Credit: eXputer]
Your final Kvasir Poem is located in Midgard additionally. It references Days Gone which is an amazing post-apocalyptic zombie game that you can play on your PlayStation Console.

Summary

This concludes our guide to all of the Kvasir Poem Easter Eggs in God Of War Ragnarok. We entailed what game each and every easter egg references in complete detail. Sony loves to hint at its other titles, especially in its exclusives, and this game is no different. While you’re at it, be sure to check out some of our other guides, like God Of War Ragnarok Editions.

If you are interested to learn all about the armor in the game, be sure to check out our guide on God Of War Ragnarok BEST Armor Sets & How To Unlock Them. Similarly, if you are interested to learn more about the shields in the game, then check out our guide on GOW Ragnarok Best Shields.

You also might need to learn how to heal properly, so check out our guide on How To Heal. If you want to learn all about the Draugr holes locations in the game, then you must check out All Draugr Holes Location.

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