Where to find Asgardian ingots in God of War Ragnarok

Asgardian bars are among the highest quality metals in God of War Ragnarok. You need it to upgrade your armor and make sure it becomes the best type you can find. You won’t be able to find Asgardian Ingots right away and it will take time to track them down. Here’s what you need to know about where to find Asgardian ingots in God of War Ragnarok.

How to get Asgardian ingots in God of War Ragnarok

Similar to the previous metals you could find in God of War Ragnarok, namely Forged Iron and Dwarven Steel, Asgardian Ingots will appear in chests and coffins found throughout your travels. They will appear in additional locations closely related to the ending of the game. So if you don’t find these when you open chests, you’ll need to focus on advancing the game and working through the main story area before you find them.

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If you find Asgardian Ingots in the chests, you’ll also find a good amount of Dwarven Steel. You only get a small amount of Asgardian Ingots, and you want to make sure you level up the special armor you want to use to level up Kratos for the rest of the game, especially for taking on the more difficult challenges you can find in Ragnarok . Asgardian Ingots are rare, but the more you focus on exploring the alternate paths and opening up the smaller parts of the game, you can add them to your collection.

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You can return to multiple areas with your new gear and unlock alternate paths you couldn’t find before. We recommend doing this as you approach the end of the game and gain access to unique ways to travel and change the environment.

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Curtis Crabtree

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