How Bifrost damage works in God of War Ragnarok

While battling the many enemies in God of War Ragnarok, Kratos will suffer various types of damage in battle. One of the unique damage types is Bifrost damage, which happens quite often when fighting the Einherjar, the foot soldiers and army supporting Odin and his ambitions. Here’s what you need to know about how Bifrost damage works in God of War Ragnarok.

What Bifrost damage does in God of War Ragnarok

Enemies that use Bifrost damage usually have a unique purple aura on their weapons. It almost looks like it’s swirling in multiple colors, but purple is the most obvious. When this damage hits your character, his health bar will be partially covered in purple. This happens on the first hit. Therefore, after being hit by the weapon once, you will want to avoid being hit again until the purple aura is gone.

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Essentially, while your character’s health bar is purple, it will slowly build up and return to full. However, if another Bifrost-based attack hits them while they have the purple health bar, the attack will burst, causing it to go further down. It’s a powerful attack that deals even more damage if you get hit again and eats up your purple health bar. You want to try not to get hit twice by a Bifrost attack.

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You are good at parrying these attacks and protecting yourself from damage, similar to any other damaging attack. Bifrost damage can be devastating when an enemy hits you with Bifrost energy multiple times. Eventually, you will face multiple unique enemies with multiple Bifrost attacks. So expect melee and ranged attacks to come your way during an encounter. How Bifrost damage works in God of War Ragnarok

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