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God of War Ragnarok: What are The Undiscovered Collectibles in Lake of Nine?

There are several undiscovered collectibles you can find in the Lake of Nine in God of War Ragnarok, and this guide shows you where to find them.

In God of War Ragnarok, The Word of Fate is the ninth goal on The Path main story quest line. Playing as Kratos, you must travel back to the winter-ravaged realm of Midgard, this time venturing far outside the Stave surrounding the home you share with Mimir and Atreus. With Freya’s help, your objective is to consult the Norns regarding your own fate and how the rest of the story will turn out with Atreus.

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At the start of The Word of Fate, you ride your sled to a huge new region of Midgard, the Lake of Nine. If you check your map when you arrive, you’ll discover that there are lots of collectibles here: one Legendary Chest, four items of Lore, three Artifacts, two of Odin’s Ravens, and six collectibles marked “Undiscovered.” Here’s how you can find these undiscovered collectibles while playing God of War Ragnarok.

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All Undiscovered Collectibles Locations in Lake of Nine

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The undiscovered collectibles in God of War Ragnarok’s Lake of Nine are one Yggdrasil Rift, one Draugr Hole, one Berserker Gravestone, one Remnant of Asgard, three Guiding Lights, and two Buried Treasures.

How to get the Buried Treasures in Lake of Nine

To get the first Buried Treasure, you’ll need the Draupnir Spear and the Demise of Dagestr Treasure Map, which is a piece of Lore found in The Applecore in Svartalfheim. The Buried Treasure is on the northwest edge of the Lake of Nine between the Mystic Gateway and the Raider Fort in God of War Ragnarok.

To get the second Buried Treasure, you’ll need the Viking’s Gift Treasure Map from inside the Raider Fort, which will make the Buried Treasure appear outside the front of the Raider Fort.

How to get the Guiding Lights in Lake of Nine

These collectibles are all obtained during the Guiding Light side quest Favor in Ragnarok.

How to get the Berserker Gravestone in Lake of Nine

The Berserker Gravestone is on the north edge of the Lake of Nine. You can’t get it until after you’ve completed The Word of Fate quest in the God of War Ragnarok main storyline.

How to get the Draugr Hole in Lake of Nine

The Draugr Hole is on a ledge at the mouth of the frozen river that joins the lake on the northeast side. You can discover it during The Word of Fate, but it’ll be a pretty difficult fight this early on. I do not recommend doing this unless you’d like to challenge yourself and test your current building. However, if you’re wandering around this area for the first time, you’re roughly halfway through the game, so don’t be too eager to take on every overwhelming challenge.

How to get the Remnant of Asgard in Lake of Nine

If you come back to the Lake of Nine after completing The Path in its entirety, there’ll be a gang of Einherjar at the top of the elevator leading to the roof of Tyr’s Temple. Defeat them to obtain the Remnant of Asgard.

How to get the Yggdrasil Rift in Lake of Nine

From the temple roof, follow the path down to the hexagon of cracked ice to the southeast, and find the Yggdrasil Rift there. It won’t appear until after you have completed the Reunion goal on The Path.

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