How to fast travel in God of War Ragnarok

Kratos, Brok, Sindri, and Mimir in God of War Ragnarok

Kratos, Brok, Sindri, and Mimir in God of War Ragnarok

The God of War Ragnarok fast travel system lets you explore the game's many realms, getting new collectibles and taking on ferocious bosses. Unfortunately, it takes a little while to unlock it, and there are some things you'll continue to learn as you play the game. This guide will help skip a little bit of the preamble and get you started now.

As well as going over how fast travel works and how to unlock it, this God of War Ragnarok guide will go over what the Yggdrasil seeds are, how to find them, and how to unlock more fast travel locations. Luckily, it's pretty easy to understand when you have the right information.

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How to fast travel in God of War Ragnarok

Fast travel is something automatically unlocked as you make your way through the God of War Ragnarok. Once you have got through the tutorial of the game, you will be let loose on the rest of the world, and you will find a way to fast travel. If you don't mind spoilers, keep reading, where we'll say exactly what it is.

The fast travel system in God of War Ragnarok is the same as the first game. You can unlock Mystic Gateways as the game progresses, but you are given Yggdrasil seeds - or the seeds of the world tree - to control it this time. You have to unlock new paths as you progress throughout the game, and can even find portions of the seeds throughout the environment. Needless to say, the game really rewards you for exploring.

Mystic Gateway in God of War Ragnarok
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How do I find Yggdrasil seeds in God of War Ragnarok?

Yggdrasil seeds are mostly unlocked through the main game. Like the components needed to upgrade the Blades of Chaos and Leviathan Axe, they are given to you to cement your progression.

This being said, you can find parts of them through side quests and extra activities. In the first area, Svartalfheim, you can find part of a Yggdrasil seed near Lynbakr's Island in the Bay of Bounty. This will then challenge you with a new favour to find both parts. Luckily, the majority of exploration you do in regard to the game's fast travel mechanic will be part of the story.

Continue to play the game, and this system will start to make sense. You don't have to fully loot every area before you finish the story in that zone. You can go back via a Mystic Gateway at any point!

God of War Ragnarok exploration tips

You should explore everywhere you can earlier on but don't worry too much about missing things. You will be given skills throughout the game that changes the way you look at the environment.

If you can't figure something out, don't worry too much about coming back to it.

Now that you know how the fast travel system works, there's tonnes more to figure out. Here's the game's director talking about Thor. Here's how to level up fast in God of War Ragnarok and a look at how to change the game's difficulty.

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