How to Earn Money Fast in Xenoblade Chronicles 2

Earning Money in Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is as simple as it can get. By simply progressing through the Main Quests of Xenoblade Chronicles 2, you’ll easily amass a decent amount of money.

That, however, does not mean you will not run scarce on money. There are a lot of things that will attract your attention, and to make sure you don’t miss out on the item you’ve been eyeing out, we will be helping you out by telling you a few tips regarding gold farming in Xenoblade Chronicles 2.

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How to Earn Money Fast in Xenoblade Chronicles 2

Our initial goal is to get to Torigoth with a good amount of Gold. Torigoth is a place of opportunities, and with the right amount of investment, you can make a ton of money by simply utilizing your merchandise correctly. A good amount of gold to have before you reach Torigoth, would be roughly 20,000 gold.

Before we get started, there are a few things you need to take into consideration, namely the fact that you should try not to sell anything, and hoard as many items as you can prior to reaching Torigoth. Try not to waste your money on anything except Weapon Modification Chips, and do not bond any common core crystals.

Completing Bounties to Farm Gold
As mentioned earlier, you need to farm everything you possibly can and make it to Torigoth in Gormott Province. Once there, you need to head over to the Torigoth Arch where you’ll come across a Marketplace and a special vendor titled Maschnach Exchange – Llin.

The reason why I call Maschnach Exchange a special vendor is that these vendors don’t actually sell anything but offer Powerful Rewards and Gold for turning in a specific set of items – kind of like Bounties.

In Torigoth, look to invest your money into different activities; and let yourself make some passive gold as you explore the world further in Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Selling or trading off items is always helpful, but learning the different mechanics in Xenoblade is going to be much more rewarding.

The reason why you should always aim for turning in Item Bounties instead of just selling them to any vendor is that turning in Item Bounties reward you with more Gold. On top of that, if you have sets of specific items, you will earn even MORE money compared to trading them off individually.

If you can’t complete a Bounty because of unavailability of required items at your disposal, you should consider salvaging. You will find plenty of Salvaging Spots in Xenoblade Chronicles 2.

So simply head over to one of them and start making some money. Alternatively, you can head to a different ‘Exchange’ – they are present in almost all the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Settlements.

Once you’re done with Item Bounties, you are free to sell your leftover items and earn some additional Gold on top. Also, don’t forget to check out our Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Guides Archive for more help on the game.

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