God of War Ragnarök

How to Use Wind Holes in God of War Ragnarok

How to Use the Wind Holes in God of War Ragnarok

God of War Ragnarok has been released worldwide on 9th November, and is a continuation for the fans of the God of War series, which is based on Norse mythology. Players will be able to play the new RPG on the platforms of PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. In this guide, we will take you through the process of how to use wind holes in God of War Ragnarok.

How Do the Wind Holes Work in God of War Ragnarok?

There are a lot of new features in God of War Ragnarok that players might not be familiar with, and one of them is the mysterious wind holes. You might come across them and not know what they are for, or even if you can use them yet. 

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When you are exploring Svartalfheim, which is the first large area in the game that you can explore freely, you might see some curious-looking holes in walls. They will have air rushing out of them, which is why they’re called wind holes. 

You will eventually learn what these holes do as part of the game’s narrative. They are quite important to the story, so you won’t be missing it. It is part of the main story mission and you will be taught how to use them. 

However, if you really want to know, keep reading. You will need the Draupnir Spear to use these wind holes. Once you have a spear, position yourself in front of the hole and you will be able to see a yellow marker. This will guide you to throw it directly into the wind hole.

All you need to do is to throw the spear at them. Note that you will lose the weapon if you do so. The spear will be permanently stuck in the hole, which will be plugged up. You will now be able to use it to climb on and swing, and access newer areas. It can also act as a shortcut to these new places.

Now that you know what to do with these wind holes, stay on the lookout for them.

Jayita Talukder
I’m currently doing a Master’s Degree in English, have been writing on and off for years. Part-time gamer and full-time reader of obscure literature. If I’m not at my desk, I’ve probably spotted a cat outside.

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