Looking for how to beat Beigadr the Feared in God of War Ragnarok? Beigadr the Feared is one of the optional Boss Fights you'll encounter as part of the Fit for a King Favour. On this page, as part of our God of War Ragnarok guide, we'll include some tips and tricks on how to beat Beigadr the Feared. For more information on the foes you'll face in Ragnarok, refer to our all enemies index.
God of War Ragnarok: How to Beat Beigadr the Feared
Beigadr the Feared can be a nasty opponent if you don't maintain your concentration levels. He tends to attack from afar with bolts of magical lightning, but he's also fully capable of dashing in close and unleashing electrically-charged punches.
As far as Berserkers go, Beigadr is one of the slightly easier ones, but by no means does that make him a pushover. Again, you've really got to be aware of his movements, and keep a close eye out for those red rings, signalling unblockable attcks.
One such attack has Beigadr shoot off a series of lighting balls while levitating. These balls travel fast and will track your movement, so you need to dodge roll at the last second in order to avoid them.
Beigadr also likes to electrocute the ground every now and then, forcing you to stay on the move. These electrical showers can be difficult to evade if you simply keep dodge rolling. It's better to sprint and then roll when you need to change direction. Get caught in one of these lightning traps and you'll be paralysed for a short period (mashing circle speeds things up), but it'll still be enough time for the boss to hit you with something even more damaging.
Beigadr's punches are an opportunity to start your own offensive. Parry them correctly and you'll leave him vulnerable for a brief window. Use this time to unleash powerful runic attacks and your best combos.
Also, when Beigadr is done shooting lightning while hovering in the air, he's always open to attacks once he descends back to the ground. If you want to maximise your damage output, be sure to close in on him after every barrage — although that's sometimes easier said than done!