The Witcher: Monster Slayer - How to get more bombs and potions

By Rachael Fiddis

July 20, 2021

Bombs and potions and oils, Oh my!

The Witcher: Monster Slayer is packed full of fun things to do if you love nothing more than getting get out and about. Now that the AR title has arrived on mobile devices, there are undoubtedly lots of areas to get to grips with that may seem a little tricky straight off the bat, especially so if you’re new to the Witcher franchise.

Joining up with the likes of other AR games that include Pokemon Go, The Witcher: Monster Slayer tasks players with the opportunity of hunting down beasts and ghouls in real-time. But there’s much more to the title than hacking and slashing. Getting some help from Bombs and Potions will contribute to more fights being won.

The Witcher: Monster Slayer — Gameplay Trailer

The Witcher: Monster Slayer — Gameplay Trailer

How to get more bombs and potions in The Witcher: Monster Slayer

Every Witcher needs a little help sometimes whether it’s casting magic or your own witchery senses. In Monster Slayer, players have potions and bombs at their fingertips to aid them when a particular beast proves to be tricky.

To make sure you are set up with enough, here’s how you can get more. You can either craft more in your Alchemy station with the ingredients dropped from a won battle. Another method is from your online friend gifting you a Witcher Pack that contains oils, potions and bombs.

If you happen to have some extra gold coins, you can also purchase them from the game’s shop. Potions cost between 30 – 60 coins, oils coming in at 75 – 150 coins and bombs will set you back 150 – 300 gold coins. Thankfully, you got three of each so it should keep you going for a while.

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Rachael Fiddis

Rachael, who is Deputy Editor & Head of Stakeholder Relations, has been gaming for many years. Some of her favourite video games include The Witcher 3 and The Last of Us but also loves a good indie title. Gaming Culture is where her heart lies and spends many hours sieving through gaming fan art and cosplay displays. Other than gaming, Rachael is a book nerd and music lover.

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