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Sinmara Location 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 find Sinmara and her location in God of War Ragnarok.

Sinmara location in God Of War Ragnarok

Sinmara’s location in God Of War Ragnarok, is at Niflheim, near the Mist Fields.

You can only get there after you’ve completed the game (The Realms at War) and obtained the pouch of Yggdrasil Seeds from Ratatosrk.

Once you’re there, you’ll hear crying and you’ll have to look for a frozen statue nearby.

How to find Sinmara in God of War Ragnarok:

  1. Complete the game and grab the pouch of Yggdrasil Seeds from Ratatosrk.
  2. Open the Mystic Gateway portal > Niflheim > Mist Fields > X > X (to unlock it).
  3. Teleport to Mist Fields, follow the path, and look for a frozen statue.
  4. The frozen statue is Sinmara.

Do note that you cannot find Sinmara if you haven’t completed the final quest, “The Realms at War”.

You cannot talk to Sinmara as there is no option to.

Once you’re near her, you’ll hear crying and Freya will say, “Do you hear that? Someone’s crying”.

Mimir, “Ah. Surtr’s love. Should we try to tell her what happened?”.

Further reading

How to Find the Real Tyr in God Of War Ragnarok

How to Get the Grip of the Nine Realms in God Of War Ragnarok

How to Farm Asgardian Ingot in God Of War Ragnarok


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