The Witcher: Monster Slayer - How to Get More/Different Contracts
The Witcher: Monster Slayer looks all set to become one of this year’s biggest mobile video games.
Following in the footsteps of Pokemon GO and releasing in the summer, CDProjektRed and Spokko’s location-based monster hunting title could be an exciting one.
Although the game is vastly different to Pokemon GO, they bear some similarities, including some tasks/contracts for players to complete in exchange for rewards.
However, if you get a Contract you’re stuck on, things can be difficult – so here’s how to get more contracts in The Witcher: Monster Slayer and change the ones you already have.
What are Contracts?
Contracts are challenges that are given to the player in which they can complete in order to earn gold coins – ranging from 50-100 pieces.
They require a range of different criteria to be completed, you can find a handful of examples below:
- Use Three Bombs
- Use Three Potions/Oils
- Craft Three Potions
- Kill x Monster
- Kill Three Monsters Vulnerable to Fire
As you can see, there is a range of different types that alter between hunting and slaying monsters and using and crafting items from your inventory.
How to Get New Contracts in The Witcher: Monster Slayer
You can get a brand new contract every single day in The Witcher: Monster Slayer, however, you can’t determine which one you get.
Unfortunately, unlike Pokemon GO in which you can spin Pokestops to get more Research Tasks, The Witcher limits you to receiving one contract a day.
They do stack, however, should you not be able to complete yours in time.
How to Replace Contract if You’re Stuck
Sometimes, you’re bound to get a Contract that’s a little bit difficult or you just fancy a change. Thankfully, The Witcher: Monster Slayer lets you reroll for a new one.
This is done by loading up the contract and pressing the refresh symbol in the top right corner of the request.
Just bear in mind that you can only reset contracts once per day and therefore, if you have more contracts than one, refresh the one you’re having the most difficulty with first.