God of War Ragnarök

How to Complete the Quest Path of Destruction in God Of War Ragnarok

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God of War Ragnarok is the latest installment in the God of War series based on Norse mythology. In this guide, we will take you through the process of how to complete the quest Path of Destruction in God of War Ragnarok.

God Of War Ragnarok: Path of Destruction Guide

There are a lot of quests in the new God of War game, some of which have great rewards. One of them is called the Path of Destruction quest which you can also come across at random while you are exploring the map.

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In this quest called Path of Destruction, you will need to trap some animals and defeat a beast. It usually begins after you complete a favor in the jungle in Vanaheim. It is the Return of the River quest, for which we already have a guide here: How to Complete the Quest Return of the River in God of War Ragnarok.

After this favor, you will be crawling through an opening while following some footprints and be led into a new area. There is a cavern in the middle of the area which you need to jump into. Hit the top part of the lift to heighten it so that you can enter underground. Then, you need to hit the bottom part with your axe, which will freeze it. This will make the bars longer so that you can go under them and enter underground.

There is a legendary chest here on the right that you can open. Beyond the entrance, you will need to kill two beasts. You can also lure them back into the lift and lock them in with the chain. Gear up for the next battle, which is against the Slag Horn. Use the boat to sail to the location and prepare to kill the creature.

Attack the Slag Horn from multiple sides and dodge the charge and tail attacks. Once you have killed the boss, you will complete the Path of Destruction quest.

Jayita Talukder
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