Nioh is an action role-playing game by Koei Tecmo and Team Ninja available exclusively for the PlayStation 4. The hack-and-slash game is a few days old now. By this point, players should already know that the game is an action game like Ninja Gaiden with the style of FromSoftware’s Souls series.
In addition, players who just got into the game might be looking for some tips and tricks to earn more gold. Of course, every game has some simple secrets up in their sleeves that might help the players in their adventure. In this case, we’re going to talk about earning more gold for selling items.
Nioh Tips & Tricks: How To Earn More Gold By Selling Items
Apparently, players shouldn’t sell purple gear to the blacksmith right off the bat. Selling a piece of purple gear to the blacksmith will earn you an approximately 850 gold for each piece sold. However, it appears that you can get three times more if you dismantle a purple gear.
Dismantling a purple gear will automatically earn you three pieces of crafting ingredients in addition to two spirit chunks. The thing is, each of those three individual crafting ingredients costs 1100 gold each. Crazy right?
Hence, dismantling a purple gear and selling what’s left after the dismantling will earn you more or less 3300 gold. As a matter of fact, you will be able to keep the two remaining spirit chunks for later use. In addition, players can also simply break any purple gear and combine the materials into higher grade materials.
On the other hand, it appears that giving your gear at save points will land you some decent amount of XP. In fact, it appears that every 5th offering seems to turn into a health elixir which is pretty useful and quite hard to find. In other words, offering gears will help you when it comes to leveling up in addition to providing you with some health elixirs.
Nioh Blacksmith Discounts
Apparently, most people are missing the fact that the blacksmith can be upgraded. Players can actually upgrade her which will land you some discounts, as well as other useful features. In order to upgrade the blacksmith, players should navigate through her dialog to find the upgrade option.
That way, players will get cheaper prices for buying equipment. However, it’s still unknown whether or not the blacksmith offers higher prices when the user is selling an item after being upgraded. Furthermore, players will be able to get some pretty decent gear early on even if they’re a couple of levels behind the enemy. For more news, guides, and updates on Nioh, stay tuned to TheBitBag.