Can You Beat Angrboda in a Race in God of War Ragnarok? Answered

Is Atreus fast enough in God of War Ragnarok?

About midway through God of War Ragnarok, Atreus is sent to the mythical hiding place of the Giants, known as Ironwood. Here, he encounters Angrboda, a strange girl that is responsible for painting the prophesies that he and Kratos find throughout the game. While their time together is short, the two have a lot of fun together, including a few races. Here is everything you need to know about if you can beat Angrboda in a Race in God of War Ragnarok.

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The short answer is no, each race is a predetermined outcome where Angrboda wins both times. Even if you’re beating her before you reach the shield portion of the race, Angrboda cuts in front of you right as Atreus gets a little knocked off balance.

She comments saying that she won, but it was a little unfair because she knew the course. She also wins the second race in a similar manner, sliding in just at the end on her magical fox to steal the victory.

While it might seem unfair, it’s worth losing in the end, as it results in some cut dialogue between the two of them, especially in regards to the context of the second race. Sometimes winning isn’t all that matters.

That is everything you need to know about if you can beat Angrboda in a race in God of War Ragnarok. For more helpful tips, tricks, and guides for the game, be sure to check out all of the related articles we’ve got for you right down below.

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Andrew was Twinfinite's Features Editor from 2020 through until March 2023 and wrote for the site from 2018. He has wandered around with a Bachelor's Degree in Communications sitting in his back pocket for a while now, all the while wondering what he is going to do for a career. Luckily, video games have always been there, especially as his writing career progresses.