How to Get Onslaught Shield God of War Ragnarok

If you’re wondering how to get the God of War Onslaught Shield, we’ve got you covered. This shield is arguably the most powerful one in the game, with great stat bonuses and a really good special ability. It’s definitely something you want to get your hands on. So, let us show you where to find the Onslaught Shield in GoW Ragnarok, shall we?

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How to Get Onslaught Shield God of War Ragnarok

Where to Find Onslaught Shield in God of War Ragnarok

To find and get the Onslaught Shield in God of War Ragnarok, you have to push through the main story until you get to the fight with Garm in Helheim. It’s a lengthy battle, and kinda tough, so be prepared. After you finally manage to drop the great beast, you’ll find yourself on top of a ledge. Head through the doorway to the south and climb onto the next ledge. Turn to the east and go down the stairs. There will be a regular, wooden chest on the right that you can open, but that’s not what we’re after. The path you’re on ends with a large contraption and a big wheel that opens the door. That’s where we want to be.

To get the God of War Ragnarok Onslaught Shield, you need to open the legendary chest to the right of the aforementioned wheel. That’s all there is to it, really. You essentially can’t miss it if you’re diligent with opening chests. Don’t worry if you miss it, though. While it’s true you can’t go back to this particular part of Helheim, the Onslaught Shield will appear in Brok’s shop. You can buy it for 7500 Hacksilver. The shield is worth it one way or the other. It raises both your Defense and Luck pretty significantly. Plus, it has the Shield Rush special ability that lets you run into enemies while blocking incoming attacks by double-tapping L1. If you do it at a distance, the Shield Rush lets you launch the enemy into the air.

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