Red Chest Behind Iron Gate in Lower Wildwoods God of War Ragnarok

If you’re struggling and can’t figure out how to get the red chest behind the iron gate in Lower Wildwoods in God of War Ragnarok, you’ve come to the right place. This little conundrum is actually pretty easy to solve. It’s not as much of a puzzle as the entrance to the cavern is pretty easy to overlook. So, in this guide, we are going to show you how to get this particular chest and what you’ll find inside.

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red chest behind iron gate in lower wildwoods god of war ragnarok
Red Chest Behind Iron Gate in Lower Wildwoods God of War Ragnarok

How to Get to the Red Chest Behind the Iron Gate in Lower Wildwoods in God of War Ragnarok

To get to the red chest behind the iron gate in the Lower Wildwoods in God of War Ragnarok, you simply have to find an entrance into the “cave” that the chest resides in. Realistically, it’s just a large, stone room in some ruins, but “cave and “cavern” will do just fine here. So, where is this entrance? Luckily for you, it’s really close by. It’s just hidden in the shadows. Facing the iron gate barring you from the chest, walk backwards for a couple of steps and keep an eye to your left. The entrance will be in the far left corner of the area. So, head over there, and you’ll get a button prompt when you get close enough.

And there you have it, that’s how you get to the red chest behind the iron gate in the Lower Wildwoods area of God of War Ragnarok. The entrance into the cavern is actually a narrow opening that Kratos can just barely squeeze through. That’s another reason why it’s so difficult to see until you approach it. Once you’re inside, just head to the right, and the chest will be yours for the taking. Inside, we found one unit of Forged Iron and a hundred and twenty-two Hacksilver. Not a bad haul for what’s a pretty simple “puzzle.” It doesn’t involve hidden switches or anything like that; it’s just that the door is easy to miss. If you need visual assistance, check out our screenshots below.

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