Looking for how to get Fleeting Echoes and what to do with them for God of War Ragnarok: Valhalla? Fleeting Echoes are a type of currency used in God of War Ragnarok's roguelike mode, which can be used to temporarily upgrade your gear and abilities at Tablets of Endeavor. On this page, as part of our God of War Ragnarok guide, we're going to explain how to get Fleeting Echoes and what to do with them.

How Do You Get Fleeting Echoes in God of War Ragnarok: Valhalla?

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Fleeting Echoes are one of the most common currencies you'll encounter in God of War Ragnarok: Valhalla. You'll earn them from defeating enemies, smashing pots, and opening chests as you play through the roguelike mode. However, as the name implies, these will not be retained after death, so you'll need to ensure you always spend any Fleeting Echoes you obtain at Tablets of Endeavor, which are located in the sanctuary realms not populated by enemies.

What Are Fleeting Echoes in God of War Ragnarok: Valhalla?

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The codex in God of War Ragnarok: Valhalla describes Fleeting Echoes as "a temporary resource that can be spent at Tablets of Endeavor to improve your chances of survival". Essentially, they are a currency spent in individual runs designed to buff your build, including Glyphs and other aspects of your loadout. It should be noted that you'll lose all Fleeting Echoes at the end of a run, so make sure you spend them while you can.

What Do You Do with Fleeting Echoes in God of War Ragnarok: Valhalla?

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Fleeting Echoes can be spent at Tablets of Endeavor, which are found in sanctuary realms where there are no enemies. Minor bursts of health cost 50 Fleeting Echoes, while Glyph upgrades can cost over 200 Fleeting Echoes. The price depends upon what you're trying to buy. As Fleeting Echoes aren't persistent between attempts, it's a good idea to spend all of the currency you have available while you can.

Are Fleeting Echoes Retained After You Die in God of War Ragnarok: Valhalla?

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No, you'll lose all Fleeting Echoes at the end of an attempt, so it's a good idea to spend these while you can. If you die, quit, or complete an attempt in Valhalla, you'll have to start from zero Fleeting Echoes again. However, there are some permanent upgrades you can purchase which allow you to start each run with a small denomination of Fleeting Echoes.


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