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God of War: How to Get Niflheim Alloy

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God of War: How to Get Niflheim Alloy

How to Get Niflheim Alloy in God of War

Here’s everything you need to know about how to get Niflheim Alloy in God of War.

God of War‘s first foray on the PS4 brings a lot of changes to the series. Not only are we now in a Norse setting with a more thoughtful and way less angry Kratos, but Sony Santa Monica has introduced some RPG-esque elements to help you play the way you want.

You’ll be able to craft different armor and weapons along the way with various materials you pick up along the way. One such ingredient is Niflheim Alloy, which is required to craft some fancy-looking armor in the game.

As such, you’re probably wanting to know exactly what you need to do to get Niflheim Alloy on your adventure with Kratos. First off, you’ll need to find all the Niflheim Cipher Fragments and actually get to the realm. We have a handy guide on how to do that right here.

Niflheim Alloy, along with Haze Weave and Aesirbane, can only be found in the maze of Niflheim. Like most of the other crafting materials in God of War, Niflheim Alloy can be found in those pretty giant treasure chests you’ve probably stumbled into once or twice on your adventure already.

Depending on how lucky you are, you’ll get between one and three bits per chest. And if it’s a red one, you’ve got better chances of a higher drop. The three resources found in Niflheim have different rarities and chances of dropping. Niflheim Alloy has the highest chance, followed by Haze Weave, and then Aesirbane.

If you’re really lucky and uncover one of God of War’s golden legendary chests, you could get even more of the stuff than you would in the standard of red ones.

Since the layout of Niflheim changes every time you enter it we can’t give you exact locations for where to find Niflheim Alloy, but considering it’s the most common of the three resources you shouldn’t have too much trouble finding chests that contain it.

Once you’ve got all the alloy and other materials you need, head on over to the blacksmiths to build or buy that sweet new gear.

That’s exactly how to get Niflheim Alloy in God of War. For more tips and guides, be sure to check out our ever-expanding God of War wiki. Here are a few other quick guides you might want to check out first.

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