In this article we will explain how to access the God of War Ragnarok interactive map and how to use it.
God of War Ragnarok is a production full of secrets and collectibles to discover, which will make it necessary for users to pay particular attention to everything around them to be able to complete the title 100%.
The PlayStation exclusive has proved to be particularly compelling, but inevitably risks creating some frustration for all completionist fans who aim not to miss any detail.
Fortunately, some fans have created a very useful and indispensable tool to complete the adventure in the best way: an interactive God of War Ragnarok map. In this guide we will explain how it works and how to use it.
How to access the interactive map
The God of War Ragnarok interactive map (you can find it on Amazon) was created by Map Genie, a site specialized in recreating the settings of the most popular video games on the market and able to promptly report all the secrets.
Given the particular nature of the latest exclusive PlayStation from Santa Monica Studio, you will have several interactive maps available based on the level of play: you can access the main hub at the link below and select the area that interests you most.
In a short time, you will be able to discover all the most important elements and collectibles to find, also having the possibility of promptly marking which ones you have already unlocked and even hiding the secrets that interest you least, such as the location of bosses and missions.
In fact, on the left side of the screen you will find the legend with the respective logos in English of the different options, which can be controlled at your convenience: by default, they will all be enabled, but since it is an interactive tool, it will be up to the players to choose the best way to use it.
We remind you that the tool is continuously updated: at the moment the interactive map is in fact reported as a Work in Progress and in the coming weeks it should be even more detailed. In any case, even in its current state, it is certainly the best travel companion that Kratos and Atreus could wish for.