The Witcher: Monster Slayer - How to Earn Gold Coins and Daily Limit
Free to play titles are becoming more and more prevalent in today’s gaming landscape, with mobile titles being at the forefront of the trend.
While players can pay for in-game currency, others opt to try and truly keep the experience free, earning every piece of currency possible within the title while not spending a penny.
The latest title that falls into this category is The Witcher: Monster Slayer which offers players both options.
Here is every way to earn gold coins in The Witcher: Monster Slayer and the daily limit on coins that you can earn yourself.
What is the Daily Limit on Gold Coins you Can Earn in The Witcher: Monster Slayer?
The Witcher: Monster Slayer has a higher daily coin limit than Pokemon GO.
While the Pokemon title only allows you to earn 50 coins a day, The Witcher allows you to net 200 gold coins – however, of course, this depends on the economies in both games.
Items in The Witcher can be inherently more expensive and therefore, it makes sense to implement a higher limit.
How Can You Earn Gold Coins in The Witcher: Monster Slayer?
The first, and arguably the easiest way to net yourself some coins in Monster Slayer is by completing your Daily Contracts.
These pop up once a day and will challenge players to “craft x items”, “throw x bombs” or various similar tasks. Upon completion, you’ll bag yourself a tasty 50 gold coins. Reportedly, some of these Contracts can net 100 coins!
Nemetons are found around the real-world map and are giant spooky trees.
These are going to be your best source of gold coins, however, they are only unlocked at level 10.
They challenge players to tackle three monsters in a row and upon completion, they will be rewarded with a bucket load of XP and 50 coins.
The beauty of Nemetons is they can be tackled an unlimited amount. You’ll only get coins for your first three battles (bringing the total to 200 when combined with the contracts) but are also great for levelling up.
The Witcher: Monster Slayer also offers a range of quests that can present players with gold as rewards.
Okay, this doesn’t technically count as earning coins, but of course, the third way you can bag some gold is by spending your hard-earned cash on them.
They start at $0.99 for 200 gold coins, all the way up to $99.99 for 70,000!