God Of War Ragnarok Secret Ending: Unveiling the Hidden Outcome of the Norse Saga

God of War Ragnarok for PlayStation 5

God Of War Ragnarok Secret Ending: Unveiling the Hidden Outcome of the Norse Saga

God Of War Ragnarok Summary

God of War Ragnarok is the direct sequel to the 2018 game of the year God of War. It’s been two years since Kratos and his half-Greek half-Norse son Atreus have spread Kratos’s wife’s ashes at the highest peak in all of the mythological Norse realms. Kratos and Atreus are preparing for Ragnarok or the end of the world in Norse mythology. Unfortunately for the pair, the all-father Odin has other plans for Atreus and attempts to trick him into killing his father and stopping Ragnarok from coming. You’ll end up playing as both characters and in a fight for the fate of the realms and the life of both Atreus and Kratos.


God Of War Ragnarok Regular Ending

The standard ending in God of War Ragnarok is simple to achieve. Play every story mission in the game and you’ll end up with the normal ending. Odin has deceived Kratos and Atreus, and they have to call upon their remaining allies in the realms to gather in Midgard to lay siege against Asgard. The various creatures and humans Odin and Thor have turned to their side attempt to defend Asgard. Thankfully for our heroes, Atreus gave the soul of a former giant to a snake that will become Jörmungandr, or the world serpent that will defend Midgard and lay a beatdown on Thor.

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While Jörmungandr is fighting Thor, Kratos, Atreus, and Freya fight Odin and trap his soul in marble. Filled with rage for killing his brother, Sindri, a dwarf seen in the previous game smashes the marble, scattering Odin’s soul to the afterlife. Ragnarok ends before it can start. Atreus and Kratos having a stronger bond than ever.

God Of War Ragnarok Secret Endings

God of War Ragnarok Kratos Atreus

God Of War Ragnarok has the same ending no matter how you play or what achievements you receive during the main story quest. However, the first ending is not truly the end. After defeating Odin and playing as Kratos, return to Sindri’s house in the space between realms. Lunda will be there waiting for Kratos and you will trigger the start of the secret ending/mission. Titled A Viking Funeral, you will have to help Sindri lay his brother Brok to rest.

Travel to Svartalfheim and find the funeral. Once at the funeral, help Sindri load Brok’s body onto a Viking funeral boat and gently push it out to a lake. From there Freya will set the boat on fire from a flaming arrow and Sindri overcome with grief will disappear to the space in between the realms.

Earlier in the game, Brok asks the riddle, “What gets bigger the more you take away?” Only after his death does the disembodied head of Mimir understand the riddle. Mimir answers, “A hole… it gets bigger, the more you take away.” With this, the game’s story fully ends and you will be returned to the open-world to finish any quests or collectibles you might have missed.

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God Of War Ragnarok Tips and Tricks

There aren’t really any specific tips or tricks to reach the secret ending of God Of War Ragnarok other than opening your map and going back to Sindri’s house after the end credits. However, to make your gameplay experience more fun try some of these on for size.

Optimize Your Loadout

God of War Ragnarok is a hack-and-slash game at its core. However, not all players will play the same way. Your armor, runes, and upgrades will differ based on your playstyle. If you are a heavy-hitting brute, having tough armor with high health and brutal but slow attacks are going to need certain loadouts. If you are a heavy rune attack player, use the magic armor to your advantage for lower cooldown times and more powerful attacks.

Explore the World

This game rewards side quests and exploration. Mythic armor, equipment, and resources can all be found and benefit you. Just take a few hours to go on collectible quests or visit the far-off sections of the map and other realms. Mini-games and somewhat annoying missions will reward you.

Customize Your Play Settings

God Of War Ragnarok has impressive controller and accessibility settings for every type of gamer. If you are struggling with the controls or remembering all the different attacks. Stana Monica Studios has you covered. You can adjust a ton of the settings to make the game feel the most comfortable as possible.

God of War Ragnarok FAQ

God of War Kratos combat

Is God of War Ragnarok hard to beat?

Yes and no. If you want to speed run the game and only do story missions and never upgrade your gear or abilities, then yes this game will be challenging (playing on the normal difficulty). If you want to spend time exploring, upgrading, and finding better gear then this game will be challenging but nothing more than the average game could handle.

Is there a secret boss in God of War Ragnarok?

Yes, and this boss could be a secret boss in it itself. The Raven Keeper appears to be a frail old woman but she is the hardest boss in the whole game. To reach this boss you’ll need to hunt and kill all 48 of Odin’s ravens, open six legendary chests at the Raven Tree in Niflheim, and then the Raven Keeper will appear.

She has strong magic attacks and teleports. When she drops below a certain health she will summon minions to give her health back and fight you. If you don’t die, she’ll summon a full dragon called the Pale One to try and end you. If you survive that then you can begin the final attack and defeat her.

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