God of War Ragnarök Tips: Finding and Farming Hacksilver – How to get the material easily © Sony Interactive Entertainment (Montage)
In God of War Ragnarök you need hacksilver again and again for purchases and upgrades. We’ll tell you how best to farm the material here.
Hamburg – Even a god of war can’t hurt a little refreshed equipment. As in the predecessor from 2018, you can improve your armor and weapons in God of War Ragnarök again with the dwarves Brok and Sindri. For this you need, as usual, hacksilver as currency. With a few tricks you can easily farm hacksilver, we’ll show you how to get the material fastest in God of War Ragnarök.
|Release (date of first publication)||November 9, 2022|
|Publishers||Sony Interactive Entertainment (YOU)|
|series||God of War|
|developer||Santa Monica Studios|
God of War Ragnarök: Farming Hacksilver – Crates and pots are your best friends
Search everything in your way: The most obvious and easiest way to get Hacksilver in God of War Ragnarok is through the good old Treasure Chests. In addition to items, there is almost always a little hacksilver hidden in chests and you can find them practically anywhere in the world. If you ever have a little time and work off side quests, always keep an eye out for paths you haven’t gone yet. As a rule, you should always find unopened crates there.
Alternatively, you can just let Kratos do his best link impression and smash every pot, crate, and vase that gets in your way. You will be amazed at how much hacksilver is often hidden right in front of Kratos’ nose. Always keep an eye out for where an item near you looks destructible. Chances are it’s destructible and will boost your finances.
God of War Ragnarök: Farming Hacksilver – A little luck can’t hurt
Improve your luck: You can also just force your luck in God of War Ragnarök, literally. Kratos has an attribute called Luck, which you can polish up a bit with certain armor pieces and talismans. The higher your Luck stat, the better your rewards will be. This also affects the hacksilver that you loot from the environment and from opponents.
Save your hacksilver: If you buy little, you have a lot of money. Kratos doesn’t have to constantly shop at Brok and Sindri for the latest armor pieces. In the course of the game he will find more and more armor anyway, mostly this is at least as good or even better than that of the two dwarves. With the hacksilver you’ve saved up, you’re better off improving equipment you’ve already found. This is especially worthwhile if you have the Dragonscale Armor from God of War Ragnarök, for example.
Sell the old junk: If push comes to shove, Kratos can also go Vinted and ditch his old clothes to boost the bank a bit. You can sell your old armor pieces to the dwarves for a little hacksilver. For armor that you find early in the game, you might want to consider doing this, as upgrades will also take them away from later sets. Nevertheless, you should rather use other methods to get the material.
Armor and upgrades are important and right, of course, but the skills you buy in God of War Ragnarök also make up a lot of your ultimate combat strength. Make sure that you learn the right skills at the beginning of God of War Ragnarök so that you can dish out as much as possible against the monsters and inhabitants of the nine realms as early as possible.