Looking for a Freya's Missing Peace walkthrough for God of War Ragnarok? Freya's Missing Peace is a Favour, which are Ragnarok's equivalent of side-quests. As part of our God of War Ragnarok guide, we're going to share our full Freya's Missing Peace walkthrough, which includes puzzle solutions, combat strategies, and any other key areas of interest.

God of War Ragnarok: Freya's Missing Peace Walkthrough

You'll unlock Freya's Missing Peace if you choose to explore before entering the Mystic Gateway towards the end of The Reckoning, in Vanaheim. If you haven't completed the Favour named The Mysterious Orb yet, we'd recommend following that through to completion first in order to open the river you need to progress this side-quest. Effectively, you're going to need to do a little bit of work at the Cliffside Ruins to open up the path ahead, all of which is explained in The Mysterious Orb. Once you're done with that, sail beyond The Veiled Passage and undock at the beach. Deal with the Fierce Wulvers on shore before anything else. Then climb up the wall. At the top, one of Odin's Ravens is flying around, so kill that if you want to.

Hookshot across the gap, and on your left are some vines you can burn with Sigil Arrows and the Blades of Chaos. Open the red chest on the other side for Hacksilver and Dwarven Steel. Then jump back and continue to climb up the wall. There's a Nornir Chest up here, so take a moment to open that if you want to.

Can You Complete Freya's Missing Peace with Atreus?

If you're currently in a part of the game where Atreus is your partner, he'll tell you that he can't perform the magic required to open Freya's wedding shrine, meaning you can't progress this quest just yet.

When you've got Freya as an ally, return to the same location and interact with the overgrowth blocking the way. Freya will use some magic to open the door. This will discover a new area: Vanir Shrine. There's a Soul Eater inside, and you can learn how to beat Soul Eaters through the link if you need a bit of extra assistance. In short, target the sensitive spot on its chest. Defeat it for Hacksilver, Shattered Runes, and Bonded Leather. You can also get some Dwarven Steel by knocking down the hanging bucket overhead.

To the back of the room is a round door, and you need to light two beacons to open it. However, you can't light them one at a time. Instead, you need to use Sigil Arrows to chain three orbs together, then detonate one of them with the Blades of Chaos to unlock the path forwards. Collect the Hacksilver from the corpse on the other side and follow the path forward. There's more Lore, in the form of a Rune Reads, named Wall Art on the other side. But before you can grab it, and open the red chest opposite, you're going to have to deal with some Hel-Reavers being commanded by a Nokken. Burn through the vines on the left and take care of the Nokken in the next room, then backtrack to get your goodies. Once you're done, catch up with Freya and she'll destroy the first chalice. Before you leave this area, there's more Lore in the form of a Lore Marker named The Blessing of Two, opposite where the chalice was. Draw the rune on the stone next to where Freya's standing, and then backtrack back to the main area, where the Soul Eater was.

There'll be a Wulver waiting for you here, so take care of it. Inspect the Lore in the form of the Lore Marker named The Feast, just off to the right. There's also a Treasure Map, just to the right of here, called The Giant's Toes. Then throw your axe at the drawbridge, from where the partially completed rune is, to dislodge it slightly. Use Sigil Arrows to burn away the vines growing next to the drawbridge, and drop it down entirely. There will be Nightmares waiting for you in the next room, so take care of them, and then inspect the Lore in the form of the Lore Marker named The Auburn Crown just off to the back of the room. Gulons will ambush you as you move forward, but you can collect an Artefact named Hylli's Crest from the room they break out of. Lift the gate at the end of the path.

To the right are some vines you can burn to reveal a crack in the wall. Throw your axe through the gap to open a doorway back near where you fought the Gulons. There's a Legendary Chest here with a Light Runic Attack named Rampage of the Furies inside. Before Freya can interact with the bowl, you'll need to deal with some Hel-Reavers. Remember to hit them with arrows before attacking with your primary weapons. Allow her to destroy the second of her belongings, then wait for her to clear the overgrowth on the left so you can draw the second rune symbol. Burn the vines, and climb down to the main area.

Now return to the rune, which was partially completed before. Interact with the rune and cross the bridge that appears. You can grab some more Lore, in the form of a Scroll called Abandoned, next to the corpse. Break down the door and head inside to the sword. Watch the cutscene. This will unlock Mardoll and the It Was a Good Day Trophy. Just before you leave this area, there is some Lore, in the form of a Lore Marker named The Ceremony, just off to the right of the doorway.

Once you cross the bridge back out of the shrine, you'll be attacked by Wulvers, so take care of them. Head through the doorway and return to your boat to complete the qu--oh, wait no! A couple of Dreki will be waiting for you, one with electrical properties, so refer to our how to beat Dreki guide if you need a little additional help. Take them both down and collect their spoils, including a Dragon Tooth. Then push a new boat into the water to complete Freya's Missing Peace.

God of War Ragnarok: Freya's Missing Peace Objectives

  • Reach the entrance of Freya's wedding shrine
  • Explore the shrine
  • Leave the shrine

God of War Ragnarok: Freya's Missing Peace Rewards

  • Freya: 1,500 XP
  • Mardoll
  • Steel Harmony
  • Royal Vanir Garments

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