God of War Ragnarok Collector Trophy: As you progress through God of War: Ragnarok and complete its many challenges and missions, you’ll unlock several trophies to show for your efforts.
By earning these achievements, you can show how much you’ve invested in exploring the game’s content. Even though it’s possible to earn the majority of these trophies relatively easily, a select few are nearly impossible to achieve.
If you want to get the game’s Platinum trophy, you’ll have to take on some of the toughest challenges. The Collector is one such award that calls for a significant effort to earn. In today’s article, we’ll review the steps required to unlock the Collector trophy in God of War: Ragnarok.
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Obtaining the Collector trophy in God of War Ragnarok
For the Collector achievement, you’ll need to collect every Relic and Sword Hilt in God of War Ragnarok, which is no easy feat. Obtaining 145 of the required items will require you to explore every Realm in search of hidden secrets and side quests. The game’s required Relics and their respective acquisition methods are detailed below.
1) Talisman of Meign
To begin the Quest of Tyr, Chapter 2 begins with acquiring this first relic. The item, which can be found in Svartalfheim’s Applecore Mine, improves Melee damage.
2) Hilt of Hofud
This item is unobtainable until God of War: Ragnarok‘s final boss, Heimdall, is defeated. The Creatures of Prophecy quest involves a meeting in the deserted Vanaheim village. When used, the item causes a Shift in reality and slows down time.
3) Hilt of Gram
Located in Alfiem’s Temple of Light, this item can be found in the Legendary Chest. When used, it increases Kratos’s total Rage and stuns his opponents.
4) Glaive of Dodher
Not until you complete God of War Ragnarok’s sixth chapter, “The Reckoning,” will you be able to obtain this. You have to beat the boss in the Abandoned Village to get it. When used, it produces and launches Bifrost Projectiles.
5) Hilt of Angravadall
In God of War: Ragnarok, you’ll need to make the Hilt of Angravadall. The fact that it’s one of the four Relics of the Lost Pages, so you’ll need to finish Dessert Door and acquire Skirnir’s Gambanteinn to access it.
6) Hilt of Diansheilf
In addition to the Hilt of Angravadall, the Hilt of Diansheilf is one of the four Relics of Lost Pages. You can begin working on this item after recovering the four Lost Pages.
7) Hilt of Ridill
After completing the optional quest Animal Instinct, you can obtain the Relic. To get the Crackle of Bilskinir and complete the Hilt, you must defeat the Raider Keep boss. Kratos can use the Relic to CC the enemy and send shockwaves through the ground.
8) Hilt of Tyrfing
The Nar’s Cup, which can be looted from Blaton in God of War Ragnarok, is required to acquire this Relic. The Hilt blueprint is necessary for addition to the Cup and is obtained through the Scent of Survival optional quest.