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How to Use Mimir as a Weapon in God Of War Ragnarok

Journey to each of the Nine Realms to search for Answers with Kratos and Atreus.

Face powerful enemies like Norse gods and monsters and explore mythical landscapes.

Kratos must choose between breaking free of his past or getting chained by the feat of repeating his mistakes.

Use the Leviathan Axe, Blades of Chaos, and Guardian Shield to fight.

Kratos must battle gods and monsters across Nine Realms to protect his family.

The realms contain perilous and stunning landscapes that Kratos and Atreus have to journey through to search for answers.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to use Mimir as a weapon (shoot Bifrost out of his eyes) in God Of War Ragnarok.

How to Use Mimir as a Weapon in God Of War Ragnarok

To use Mimir as a weapon in God Of War Ragnarok, you need to complete the game/main story (The Realms at War).

After you’ve completed the game, go to a nearby shop, and craft “Huldra Project #9”.

Here’s the full process (expand the screenshots above):

  1. Complete the game/main story (The Realms at War).
  2. Go to a nearby shop (e.g. Sindri’s House).
  3. Special Items > Relics > Huldra Project #9 > Craft > Equip.
  4. To use Mimir, press “L1 + O”.

Huldra Project #9 costs 10,000 Hacksilver to craft and it has a 221-second cooldown.

Here’s its description, “Turn Mimir’s discomfort into a Bifrost blast against nearby enemies”.

“Brok and Sindri carefully measured and constructed a harness to weaponize the Smartest Man Alive”.

Further reading

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