God of War: Ragnarök – All Niflheim Nornir Treasure Chest Locations (& Solutions)

God of War: Ragnarök – All Niflheim Nornir Treasure Chest Locations (& Solutions)

There’s only one Nornir Chest to find in this chilly realm, and it’s hidden away in an old Aesir prison accessed after the game’s main story.

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In God of War: Ragnarok, Niflheim has only one Nornir Chest located in an abandoned Aesir prison. All players see of Niflheim for a while is the Raven Tree, where the spirits of Odin’s Ravens haunt the branches after being freed. The other major thing that the realm houses is a practice ring, where enemies that have been fought in the past are recreated to face off against Kratos.

After beating God of War: Ragnarok‘s main story, a bridge is created, veering left off of the path on the way to the Raven Tree. This is how the player can get to the Aesir Prison Wreckage, where the Niflheim Nornir chest is. Navigating through the prison, the player has to utilize the Draupnir Spear to move across the main elevator shaft. The chest is on the second floor, but the player will have to use a breakable wall on the third floor to get to it.


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Finding All The Chests Located In Niflheim In God Of War: Ragnarök

Atreus and Kratos at the Raven Tree

There are three seals to break in order to open the chest, each located on a different floor of the prison. One of them is near the chest, one is behind a closed cell gate on the third floor (there is an enemy to kill inside), and the last is easily visible in the snow on the fourth floor. Of all the Nornir treasure chests in God of War: Ragnarok, this one may be the least difficult. Once all the seals have been found and broken, the chest will be unlocked for the player to take its contents.

To achieve 100% completion of God of War: Ragnarok, the Aesir Prison Wreckage has to be explored and completed. Much like unlocking the second half of the Alfheim map, discovering things in Niflheim is a fun surprise for players who don’t expect it. The practice ring is fun and great for XP and weapons testing, but it isn’t necessary to complete quests. Until the wreckage is revealed, it seems like the most exciting thing to do in God of War: Ragnarok’s Niflheim is locating Odin’s Ravens. Finding the Nornir treasure chest located in Niflheim is not complicated but requires players to finish the main story. The puzzle itself isn’t complicated to solve, but it could be easily overlooked if players aren’t careful.

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    God of War Ragnarok

    Original Release Date:

    Santa Monica Studio

    God of War

    Adventure, Action

    PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5

    Sony Interactive Entertainment


    Ragnarok has arrived in God of War Ragnarok, the sequel to the 2018 game of the year released on PlayStation 4. Three years have passed since Kratos and his son, Atreus completed their quest across the realms while facing off with a small handful of Norse gods. However, their actions come with consequences. The Allfather, Odin, is ready for vengeance, and his son, Thor, is leading the charge. Atreus, looking to find more answers to the questions of his lineage bestowed to him by his mother, embarks on another quest with his father to discover the truth while contending with the wrath of Odin’s realm. New friends and allies will help them on their journey, but some allies turned foes will seek to end them before Fimbulwinter comes to a close. God of War Ragnarok will conclude the Norse saga of God of War and launch on November 9 2022.

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