https://respawnfirst.com/wp-content/themes/Newspaper
Monday, March 4, 2024

Remnant From the Ashes Iron Farming Forged, Galvanized, Hardened Iron

Share

In Remnant: From the Ashes, iron is a crucial resource used for upgrading weapons and armor. There are four types of iron in the game: Iron, Forged Iron, Galvanized Iron, and Hardened Iron. Each type is used to upgrade different levels of gear. This guide will provide a comprehensive overview of how to farm each type of iron effectively.

Iron

Iron is the most basic type of upgrade material in Remnant: From the Ashes. It is used to upgrade weapons and armor from level 1 to level 5. Iron can be found throughout the game world, primarily in Earth. It can be found in crates, barrels, and other destructible objects, as well as being dropped by enemies.

Forged Iron

Forged Iron is the second type of upgrade material. It is used to upgrade weapons and armor from level 5 to level 10. Forged Iron starts to appear once you’ve upgraded a piece of gear to level 5. It can be found in the same ways as regular Iron, but it is more common in the later areas of the game.

Galvanized Iron

Galvanized Iron is the third type of upgrade material. It is used to upgrade weapons and armor from level 10 to level 15. Galvanized Iron starts to appear once you’ve upgraded a piece of gear to level 10. It can be found in the same ways as regular Iron and Forged Iron, but it is more common in the later areas of the game.

Hardened Iron

Hardened Iron is the final type of upgrade material. It is used to upgrade weapons and armor from level 15 to level 20, which is the maximum level. Hardened Iron starts to appear once you’ve upgraded a piece of gear to level 15. It can be found in the same ways as the other types of iron, but it is more common in the endgame areas.

It’s important to note that the type of Iron you find is directly related to your weapon’s level. Here’s a breakdown of the types of Iron you can find based on your equipment level:

  • Iron: Equipment Level 0-5
  • Forged Iron: Equipment Level 5-10
  • Galvanized Iron: Equipment Level 10-15
  • Hardened Iron: Equipment Level 15-20

Farming Iron

Farming iron in Remnant: From the Ashes involves a combination of exploration, combat, and re-rolling your campaign. Here are some tips to help you farm iron effectively:

  1. Explore Thoroughly: Iron can be found throughout the game world, so be sure to explore every area thoroughly. Check every corner, break every crate and barrel, and open every chest.
  2. Kill Enemies: Enemies often drop iron when killed, so be sure to engage in combat whenever possible. The stronger the enemy, the higher the chance they’ll drop a higher quality iron.
  3. Re-roll Your Campaign: Once you’ve exhausted the iron resources in your current campaign, you can re-roll it to generate a new world with fresh resources. To do this, go to the World Stone in Ward 13 and select the “Re-roll Campaign” option.
  4. Play on Higher Difficulties: Playing on higher difficulties increases the quality of loot drops, including iron. If you’re comfortable with the challenge, consider playing on Hard or Nightmare difficulty to increase your iron yield.
  5. Trade with Ace: Ace, the merchant in Ward 13, sells different types of iron. Be sure to check her inventory regularly and buy any iron you need.

Remember, the type of iron that drops is dependent on the level of your gear. If you’re looking for a specific type of iron, make sure your gear is at the appropriate level.

If you are interested in learning more about the game then you should check out our tricks and tips for people that are jumping into the game for the first time. You can also check out our guide on how you can change the difficulty setting of the game. The game is tougher than it looks and you might find it helpful to tweak the difficulty setting.

This marks the end of our Remnant: From the Ashes Iron Guide.

Gunfire, Forest, Explosions & More During Game Events. Compatible with All Games/Platforms; 6 scents Included.
Ian Shaw
Ian Shaw
Ian is usually working on putting out game guides or playing them ... it's an endless cycle. Close to 2000 articles published by this Pokemon and Zelda fanatic.
Ad
Ad

Subscribe To RespawnFirst Newsletter

What's Hot