God of War Ragnarok Dwarven Steel Locations

You will need to know where to find the Dwarven Steel locations in God of War Ragnarok eventually, because it is a resource used for upgrading certain parts of your gear. So, sooner or later, the need might arise for you to go and collect some. Fortunately, this particular resource is not to difficult to get a hold of. So, let’s find out where to find Dwarven Steel in GoW Ragnarok, shall we?

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god of war ragnarok dwarven steel locations
God of War Ragnarok Dwarven Steel Locations

Where to Find Dwarven Steel in God of War Ragnarok

There are several places where you can find Dwarven Steel in God of War Ragnarok. Well, allow me to be more precise: Dwarven Steel can be found in two types of locations, which are scattered all over the map, and in every realm. Specifically, your main sources of this resource will be the red chests and the Yggdrasil Rifts. Obviously, the red chests are way more numerous, but they also don’t grant you as many rewards as the Rifts. Then again, the chests also don’t unleash powerful enemies on you, but I digress. Anyway, here are two examples of Dwarven Steel, one in a red chest in Alfheim and one from an Yggdrasil Rift in Vanaheim.

So, those are the locations where you’ll mainly find God of War Ragnarok Dwarven Steel. So, be sure to open every single red chest and tomb that you come across, and definitely interact with every Rift. Now, if you do eventually find yourself lacking in Dwarven Steel for whatever reason, don’t worry. You won’t have to go out questing and opening chests and whatnot if you don’t feel like it. Just push through the main story path missions until you complete Creatures of Prophecy. That’s the thirteenth quest in the chain. After you’re done with that mission, you’ll be able to purchase the resource for 2500 Hacksilver at the blacksmith’s. I mean, sure, it’s not exactly the cheapest option, but it beats gumshoeing around the nine realms for chests and rifts when you just want to get on with the story.

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