If you want to know where to find Tyr in God of War Ragnarok, you’ve come to the right place. It’s no spoiler to say that the Norse god of war is in this game, since he’s been all over the promotional materials. However, in order to answer the question of how to find the location of Tyr in God of War Ragnarok, we do have to engage in some very heavy spoilers. So, SPOILERS AHEAD from here on out. Seriously, do not keep reading if you don’t want a major plot point revealed. Still here? Lovely. Let’s begin,
How to Find Tyr in God of War Ragnarok
To find Tyr in God of War Ragnarok, you just have to play through the main quest. Eventually, you’ll come across the mission called The Quest for Tyr. After many obstacles, including the Applecore puzzle, you’ll eventually run into the terrifyingly tall, but kind and wise Norse god of war. Eventually, Kratos, Atreus and Tyr escape the prison, and all seems peachy. Except, the story we’re experiencing is based on Norse mythology, which is rife with tricksters, twists and betrayals. It won’t be long before you learn that the person you freed was not Tyr, but Odin playing you for a fool. This is fairly typical for the one-eyed god, and it matches his motivations. He’s trying to keep Tyr imprisoned to prevent Ragnarok.
So, that leaves us with the questions: where do you find the real location of Tyr in God of War Ragnarok? Yes, he is still alive and you can release him from his actual prison. The first step is to go to Niflheim. By now, you should have the Favor called The Eyes of Odin. So, set the Raven Tree as your destination and head over there. Take the second path on the left and navigate to the blacksmith shop, as shown in the map above. Facing the tree, take the path leading to the left and follow it. This will lead you to a new location, Aesir Prison Wreckage. You should also get the Broken Prison Favor. Explore the prison and climb up it. On the penultimate floor, you’ll find Tyr’s cell. Release him, and later on, you’ll be able to see him in certain realms as he travels the worlds.