Who Is Tyr in God of War Ragnarok? Explained (Spoilers)
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Who Is Tyr in God of War Ragnarok? Explained (Spoilers)

Here is everything you need to know about Tyr.

The whole beginning of God of War Ragnarok is centered around the god named Tyr. But who exactly is this god that wasn’t seen in the previous game? We’re here to explain all there is to know about Tyr in God of War Ragnarok.

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Tyr’s Identity in God of War Ragnarok Explained

Every ancient civilization had its own mythology and pantheon of Gods. Most of the time, these were just different versions of the same god. For example, every God of War fan definitely knows that the Greek God of War is Ares. For the Romans, this same God is named Mars. Tyr is the God of War in Norse mythology.

In the video games, Tyr was likely targeted by Odin due to the fact that he was friendly with the giant race, who Odin feared for their future role in Ragnarok. Seeing as much of the first God of War and Ragnarok mention that all of the giants are dead, it would make sense that Tyr fell alongside them.

The imposing strength of a God of War is nothing to ignore, so it only makes sense that Kratos and Atreus seek Tyr out based on the early information they get.

This is everything there is to know about the Norse god Tyr in God of War Ragnarok. If you’re just starting out in God of War Ragnarok, we have a handy guide on the armor that you should look into crafting first to get a headstart on the difficult journey ahead.


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Cameron Waldrop
Cameron is a freelance writer for Twinfinite and regularly covers battle royales like Fortnite and Apex Legends. He started writing for Twinfinite in late 2019 and has been lucky enough to review many really great games. While he loves a good shooter, his heart will always belong to JRPGs.
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