Helheim Nornir Rune Chest Puzzle Solution in God of War

Nornir Rune Chest in Helheim is a puzzle to solve in God of War. You can access it after you get to Helheim with Atreus, after the Baldur boss battle. Opening the Helheim Nornir Rune Chest requires you to destroy three rune stones hidden in the vicinity. They’re not too hard to find, but it can prove to be a problem. If you’re having trouble with it, here’s how to open Nornir Rune Chest in Helheim in God of War.

Helheim Nornir Rune Chest Puzzle Solution in God of War
Helheim Nornir Rune Chest Puzzle Solution in God of War

How to Open God of War Helheim Nornir Rune Chest?

To open the Nornir Rune Chest in Helheim in God of War, you have to destroy three rune stones. It’s pretty standard-fare at this point in the game. All three runes are in the general vicinity of the Helheim Rune Chest, so you don’t have to go running around looking. To be fair, though, the rune stones are hidden pretty well.

To find the first rune, pull out the giant square boulder using the handle. Look behind where it used to be, and you’ll find the rune, so just throw the Leviathan Axe at it. The second rune is inside the boulder you moved. However, the side facing the rest of the room is blocked by bars. So, move the boulder so that the side opposite of the bars is facing the gap behind. Then, walk around and you’ll find the gap through which you can destroy the rune. Lastly, pull the boulder as far as it will go. Then, climb up it, and up the ledge. Crack open the treasure chest if you want. Look to the right, to the faraway pillar. You’ll spot the rune resting on the wider, yellow part.

The Nornir Rune Chest in Helheim rewarded us with a Horn of Blood Mead. If you need help with something else, we have a whole bunch of other God of War guides, like Witch’s House Nornir Rune Chest Puzzle Solution and Tyr’s Vault Nornir Rune Chest Puzzle Solution and many more.

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