Naraka: Bladepoint puts a huge emphasis on cosmetics and customization in the form of skins that you can purchase with an in-game currency, Gold. Aside from cosmetics, you can also use Gold to purchase the Battle Pass which is something that we recommend. And while you can pay for Gold with real money, there are more methods that you can use to farm some easy Gold in the game. In this Naraka: Bladepoint guide, we have detailed everything you need to know about how to easily farm Gold.
Naraka: Bladepoint Gold Farming Tips
There are quite a handful of methods of farming Gold in Naraka: Bladepoint. Below, we have explored them in more detail:
Spending Real Money
The first way is one that we do not recommend doing unless you want to support the developers since Naraka: Bladepoint is free-to-play now. To do so, you can purchase it directly using real-world money from the in-game store. Once again, only do this if you absolutely need the Gold and do not like some of the other methods mentioned.
Maxing Out the Battle Pass
Maxing out your Battle Pass is another great way to earn some Gold in Naraka: Bladepoint. As you progress through the tiers, you will receive some Gold.
You will receive 1280 Gold from the Free Track of the Battle Pass. If you want to increase it even more, you can also purchase it to get 1360 Gold in total! However, unlike games such as Warzone, you cannot purchase the next Battle Pass from the Gold you get from the previous Battle Pass. You will need to rely on some other methods.
Another somewhat hit-or-miss way to earn Gold is through Immortal Treasure. These are basically Loot Boxes that you can purchase using in-game currency, Tae. Each box costs 4,000 Tae and there is a chance that it might contain some Gold. But honestly, the chances of that happening are extremely slim.
The last method to farm some Gold is by completing Weekly/Daily Challenges. As you are playing the game, continue to work on these challenges which are simple enough to get some guaranteed Gold in return. When combined with the Gold earned from Battle Pass, you should easily be able to sustain your Battle Pass over multiple seasons, provided that you play for a decent amount of time.