You will need to know how to get, activate and use Bifrost in Tribes Of Midgard if you are not keen on losing games back to back. But if you are new to the game, this might look a bit tricky to use it. Don’t worry, today we will look at everything you need to know about what is Bifrost and much more.
What is Bifrost and How to Get it?
Bifrost acts as the fast travel or way to teleport instantly from any active Run, back to the Bifrost structure near your base with all the Golden Horns you have collected. There are many benefits to this, which we will look into soon.
To get and activate Bifrost in Tribes of Midgard, you need to kill the first Jotun you face in the game. To spawn your first Jotun, you must make it to at least 3 days in the game. After you’ve defeated the Jotun, you can engage with the Bifrost tower, which has several reflecting polygon stones. The Bifrost building will be really close to your main base. Raise your power level well before battle so you can inflict sufficient damage and defeat it.
You should also invite a few teammates to help you beat the Jotun. After you defeat the mini-boss, a pop-up will indicate that Bifrost is now activated.
How to Use Bifrost in Tribes of Midgard?
Bifrost in Tribes of Midgard is used to finish a run and save the Golden Horns you collected. When you’re surrounded by opponents and fear the game is going to finish, the Bifrost comes in handy as a final resort. When you finish your run, you’ll be able to save all of the Golden Horns you’ve won.
Often in the game, you come to a point where you know you won’t be able to fight against an opponent’s assault and will most likely lose the Yggdrasil seed. If you are able to trigger Bifrost and conclude your run in this case, you will be allowed to save your Golden Horns instead of being slain and wasting them. The Golden Horns are necessary to upgrade your equipment and create new recipes.