New World Engineering Leveling Guide

New World is much more than just killing monsters and doing quests. As a life skill MMO, a big part of the gameplay revolves around various professions and trade skills, one of which is engineering. In this guide, we will help you with leveling up your Engineering skill in New World so you can craft better items.

New World Engineering Leveling

There are a total of 7 crafting-based trade skills to choose from in New World. Players can choose the profession in the game, which majorly focuses on crafting and also works as the main source of income through trading.

Here, we will first discuss the use of Engineering, followed by leveling up Engineering skill efficiently without wasting resources or going out of your way.

Engineering

Engineering is a Crafting Trade skill, allowing players to craft ranged weapons such as Bows and Muskets, as well as the ammunition required for these weapons.

Higher levels in Engineering allows players to craft better and stronger weapons and also helps to increase the Gear Score of the weapons.

Engineering can be performed at Workshops and Forge. Workshops are used for making ranged weapons and their ammunition and the Forge is used to build melee weapons. These are found in almost all settlements and towns and you can upgrade the tier of a settlement’s workshop or forge by taking part in Town Projects.

You need to have better tiers on the workshops as certain items can only be crafted at a certain tier level.

Connected Skills

Engineering requires a lot of material as you will be crafting a lot of ammunition for weapons. Most of these items can be found by trading with other players, but this requires you to take part in the extensive Economy System the game has to offer.

However, having a few extra skills that will complement Engineering will help you get a long way easily. These skills are a few of the recommended companion skills:

  • Smelting
  • Mining
  • Leatherworking
  • Harvesting
  • Logging
  • Weaving

Benefits of Leveling up Engineering

Weapons and Ammunition are one of the most basic requirements in New World so makes sense that these will sell like hotcakes. Any high-level engineer making quality weapons with a good Gear Score will be in high demand in the market.

Leveling up your engineering and using that to craft advanced tools also guarantees you to make money and earn perks.

When you use Azoth while crafting your tools, you increase the chance of acquiring perks. You can also use the money that you made from selling tools on some good quality food that grants you a boost to craft beyond your limits.

Being an Engineer allows you to also create different melee weapons such as swords and hammers, which are also a requirement for smaller settlements as Town Projects.

To make better items, you need to level up your engineering. The task of leveling up engineering is pretty easy and you can easily accomplish it.

How to Power Level Engineering

The only way to level up your crafting skills is by crafting lots and lots of items. Crafting of every item provides you experience that counts in leveling up.

Leveling up also allows you to unlock a number of recipes and it can also provide you with the existing recipes but with a number of additional advantages.

You can also craft Proficiency Boosters which only require you to have water, soul and air motes. However, before you can do that you need to be on engineering level 20 and you’ll also need to increase your harvesting skills.

One of the ways we recommend you to level up your crafting skills is to opt for the lower-tier items. The reason behind this is that as you move up the levels, the cost of the recipes increases too.

They can cost you double the amount than the market cost and can become inaccessible causing hurdles in leveling up.  Also, you can gather lower tier items in a larger number with half of the price in what they would’ve cost originally.

Below we have given instructions on tips to take your Engineering skill level to 200 in New World in the fastest and most economical way so you don’t waste too much of your precious money

Level 0 to Level 50

You need to craft 116x Gunpowder to get to level 50. For this, you need the following materials:

  • 580x Charcoal
  • 232x Flint (2 for each)
  • 116x Saltpeter (1 for each)

Level 50 to Level 63

For getting from level 50 to level 63 you need to craft 51 Treated Wood Bows. For this, you need the following materials:

  • 2448 x Green Wood (48 for each)
  • 612 x Rawhide (12 for each)
  • 408 x Fibers (8 for each)

Level 63 to Level 78

For getting from level 63 to level 78, you need to craft 111 Treated Wood Fishing Poles. For this, you need the following materials:

  • 5328 x Green Wood (48 for each)
  • 1332 x Rawhide (12 for each)
  • 888 x Fibers (8 for each)

Level 78 to Level 80

For getting from level 78 to level 80 you need to craft 7 Dryad Walking Sticks. For this, you need the following materials:

  • 560 x Iron Ore (80 for each)
  • 420 x Green Wood (60 for each)
  • 140 x Rawhide (20 for each)
  • 112 x Silver Ore (16 for each)
  • 28 x Fae Iron (4 for each)

Level 80 to Level 100

For getting from level 80 to level 100 you need to craft 86 Hunter’s Longshot. For this, you need the following materials:

  • 6880 x Iron Ore (80 for each)
  • 5160 x Green Wood (60 for each)
  • 1720 x Rawhide (20 for each)
  • 1376 x Silver Ore (16 for each)
  • 344 x Fae Iron (4 for each)

Level 100 to Level 105

For getting from level 100 to level 105 you need to craft 14 Wyrdwood Spears. For this, you need the following materials:

  • 1008 x Wyrdwood (72 for each)
  • 1344 x Aged Wood (96 for each)
  • 2688 x Green Wood (192 for each)
  • 504 x Coarse Sandpaper (36 for each)
  • 280 x Iron Ore (20 for each)
  • 112 x Rawhide (8 for each)

Level 105 to Level 110

For getting from level 105 to level 110 you need to craft 45 Laquered Wood Spear. For this, you need the following materials:

  • 1980 x Aged Wood (44 for each)
  • 3960 x Green Wood (88 for each)
  • 495 x Coarse Sandpaper (11 for each)
  • 900 x Iron Ore (20 for each)
  • 360 x Rawhide (8 for each)

Level 110 to Level 125

For getting from level 110 to level 125 you need to craft 186 Aged Wood Fishing Poles. For this, you need the following materials:

  • 9672 x Aged Wood (52 for each)
  • 19344 x Green Wood (104 for each)
  • 2418 x Coarse Sandpaper (13 for each)
  • 2232 x Rawhide (12 for each)
  • 1488 x Fibers (8 for each)

Level 125 to Level 130

For getting from level 125 to level 130 you need to craft 81 Starmetal Arrows. For this, you need the following materials:

  • 978 x Starmetal Ore (12 for each)
  • 3912 x Iron Ore (48 for each)
  • 3260 x Aged Wood (40 for each)
  • 489 x Sand Flux (6 for each)
  • 978 x Wyrdwood (12 for each)
  • 2608 x Green Wood (32 for each)
  • 489 x Coarse Sandpaper (6 for each)
  • 244 x Feathers (3 for each)

Level 130 to Level 160

For getting from level 130 to level 160 you need to craft 107 Wyrdwood Spears. For this, you need the following materials:

  • 7704 x Wyrdwood (72 for each)
  • 10272 x Aged Wood (96 for each)
  • 20544 x Green Wood (192 for each)
  • 3852 x Coarse Sandpaper (36 for each)
  • 2140 x Iron Ore (20 for each)
  • 856 x Rawhide (8 for each)

Level 160 to Level 175

For getting from level 160 to level 175 you need to craft 655 x Starmetal Arrows. For this, you need the following materials:

  • 7865 x Starmetal Ore (12 for each)
  • 31461 x Iron Ore (48 for each)
  • 26218 x Aged Wood (40 for each)
  • 3933 x Sand Flux (6 for each)
  • 7865 x Wyrdwood (12 for each)
  • 20974 x Green Wood (32 for each)
  • 3933 x Coarse Sandpaper (6 for each)
  • 1966 x Feathers (3 for each)

Level 175 to Level 200

For getting from level 175 to level 200 you need 950 x Orichalcum Arrow. For this, you need the following materials:

  • 7600 x Orichalcum Ore (8 for each)
  • 11400 x Starmetal Ore (12 for each)
  • 45600 x Iron Ore (48 for each)
  • 57000 x Aged Wood (60 for each)
  • 6650 x Sand Flux (7 for each)
  • 15200 x Ironwood (16 for each)
  • 22800 x Wyrdwood (24 for each)
  • 60800 x Green Wood (64 for each)
  • 13300 x Coarse Sandpaper (14 for each)
  • 2850 x Feathers (3 for each)

Once you have crafted the required number of items, you will be at level 200, the maximum level an Engineer can achieve and can then continue on leveling up other Trade Skills!

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