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News Tag: New World Season 3

  • New World: The Best Strategies To Earn Gold Every Day In Season 3!

    Posted: Nov 28, 2023

    Hello everyone, and welcome back to the brand new New World guide. Today I will introduce to you how our level 65 players can get more gold coins in New World.

    We all know how difficult it is to farm New World Coins at high levels. Especially after we completed all the side quests like Main Story Quest, it left us with almost no tasks to complete. Unless you’re into some kind of trade, it’s hard to make more money.

    In this guide, I will tell you how to earn coins without trading. But you can still do it part time for extra gold.

    Corrupted Breaches

    First, you can earn 250 New World Coins by completing Corrupted Breaches every day in New World.

    Corrupted Breaches of New World are the portals through which Corrupted invade the area and cause it to deteriorate. They spawn in different areas and you have to clean and destroy them to get rid of corruption. They come in different types, and by destroying these branches, you can get valuable rewards.

    To start clearing Corrupted Breaches in New World, you need to be level 20 or above. So make sure to level up your character of whatever activities you’re passionate about doing in the game.

    Another thing is Azoth Staff. If you don’t have this staff equipped, you can’t actually close the portal. Azoth Staff has the level required to close certain levels of portals.

    Usually, players perform Corrupted Breaches in New World to gain experience points and gold coins faster. Your rewards will depend on the level of Corrupted Breaches. The higher the level, the better the rewards will be for you.

    Show Of Strength & Mountain Home

    In addition, completing daily PVE and PVP tasks can also help you gain maximum income from Faction reputation and gold. And PVE missions usually provide more gold rewards. While PVE does give you more gold, the difference isn’t huge, so you can choose to do whatever you want.

    Completing Show of Strength mission and retrieving Mountain Home’s assets is the easiest way to earn New World Coins.

    We can earn 120 gold by retrieving the pre-retrieved Marauders asset from the cliff, and the return area is very close. It’s actually on the way back to this location, so it’s easy.

    Then we can complete Show of Strength mission, where you have to find or stay in this area for a certain amount of time, one and a half minutes, and then you can get 40 gold coins. It’s just an easy way to make money.

    Of course, there is another mission in Mountain Home. You must retrieve five assets within an area, i.e. search five chests and return the one that gives you the most gold coins. Once completed, the top of the screen will appear.

    Elite Chest

    Next, our Elite Chest will give us access to Concealed Vault. However, Concealed Vault may not be available in every Elite Chest.

    You can only get these from Elite Chest, and I showed you where to find these Elite Chest. So if you open them, you can get 50-200 gold.

    Of course, you can also kill and skin the beasts around the treasure chest to make money. You just toss them into the trading post. Everyone can earn this money as an extra income.

    Seasonal Events

    In New World Season 3, you can also earn 100-500 gold coins every day through Outpost Rush, Expedition Run, Turkey Terror Event, and some Seasonal Events.

    New World Turkey Terror Event is a Seasonal Event that takes place in Aeternum every November. During the event, a giant Turkey will spawn around Aeternum, requiring multiple players to take it down. Once Turkey is killed, players will receive Turkey’s Treasure and can earn 50-200 gold coins every day.

    Note that it limited some items you can get to a certain amount per day. This daily limit resets every day on the server’s cooldown reset time.

    Winter Convergence Festival

    Finally, New World’s Winter Convergence Festival will generate trees in settlements, with 12 places. There you can get gifts containing gold coins. It is possible to earn 1100-12200 coins per day. They encourage the community to work together to find other ways to make money in the game.

    These are the ways I’ve found so far to consistently earn gold in New World Season 3. If gold troubles you, then you must not miss this guide. Good luck!

  • New World Season 3: Best PVP Healer Build - Gear, Skills & More

    Posted: Nov 25, 2023

    Hail Warrior, the healer, is an essential role in combat. As a healer, your role is to keep players alive while you keep off the enemy players and stay alive as well. 

    This build will make you very tanky, evasive, and overall very survivable while providing as many buffs and heals to your team. I will go over everything you need to know about the best PVP healer build in the New World Season 3

    Please note that any build is inseparable from the support of New World Coins

    Armor & Perks

    First, I will cover the armor and the perks you want to focus on. You need to have the following perks:

    The first perk that is good in all situations is Health. It increases your maximum HP, giving you more time to evade enemy attacks.

    There are two perks that you need to have at maximum stacks: Refreshing & Invigorated. Refreshing will allow you to have lower skill cooldowns, allowing you to heal more often. I pick Invigorated because with disease debuff being your counter, you will want to have its uptime reduced to as little as possible. With four Invigorated perks, you will have up to a 60% debuff reduction.

    The gear I have picked is very easy to get, as all non-artifact gear is from Gypsum Kiln, making it the cheapest best-in-slot build in New World. Most of the material that is needed to craft can be gained from the free Season Pass

    The armor artifact of choice is Featherweight. That lowers your equipment weight, which allows us to wear heavy armor pieces. And with that, you can have more armor, making you 30% tankier than other light builds. As a third perk, I would take Health.

    The heavy helmet I have picked is Reverend Earth, which has Health and Thrust Conditioning as primary perks. And as a third one, I would pick Invigorated.

    The light gloves I have picked are Empress Zhou’s Embroidered Claws, which have Health and Refreshing as primary perks. And as a third one, I would pick Invigorated.

    The light pants I have picked are Empress Zhou’s Embroidered Pants, which have the same perks as the previous one.

    The heavy footwear I have picked are Woodqrain Sabatons, which have Health and Elemental Aversion as primary perks. And as a third one, I would pick Invigorated as well, giving a cap of four stacks.

    Jewelry Selection

    For jewelry, I would pick up the following named gear:

    The amulet is called Acorn, that has Health and Divine as primary perks. And I would take a must-have Stamina Recovery perk as a third one.

    My favorite ring that I love using is Vivify. It has Refreshing and Healing Breeze as its primary perks. When it comes to picking the third perk, you can pick between the Hearty or Sacred perk. Hearty gives you one more dodge before you run out of Stamina, making you much more evasive and harder to kill. And Sacred gives you more healing.

    My jewelry preferred artifact is Endless Thirst. I love the feeling of a big potion drink that just fills your health bars in needed situations. As a third perk, I love taking Healing Heart, as it gives you healing each time you use the heart rune.

    On the topic of heartrunes, I like taking the Stalwart Heartrune of Stoneform, as it gives me healing each time I use the skill. I recommend using it when you are being pressured the most.

    Primary Weapon

    The main weapon of our choice is an absolute best-in-slot. It is called Corrupt Progenitor Life Staff, which already has Blessed and Refreshing Move as its primary perks. The third perk is totally up to you. 

    The most commonly used third perks are Fortifying Sacred Ground, Refreshing, Divine Embrace, or Purifying Breeze. All of them are good in their situation. I prefer Sacred Ground, as I like playing OPR, and it is also useful in PVE as well.

    Primary Skills 

    When it comes to skills for Life Staff, you have a lot of options.

    I would recommend using an AOE healing build, but I would change skills around depending on the situation. The AOE (area of effect) skill setup looks like this:

    Your main skills are:

    • Sacred Ground: Many melee builds that try to stand in the front line and rely on this skill.
    • Orb of Protection: It gives fortify and an overtime heal.

    These two skills I would use in any build, no matter the situation.

    The third skill you have a few options:

    • You can use Beacon for even more AOE healing.
    • You can use Divine Embrace for a strong single target heal. I would recommend using the perk for it as well. It simply reduces the cooldown and restores Mana on use for infinite usage.
    • You can use Splash of Light. It is a cleanse that removes a debuff from your ally.

    The third skill that you can use is very flexible, depending on the situation and your play style.

    Secondary Weapon

    As our other weapon, I will always pick the Rapier. This weapon gives us such good mobility and survivability. I would say it outweighs all of the artifact options you have.

    My favorite is Commandant’s Rapier. It comes with Lifestealing and Leeching Flurry. What is special about the Flurry perk is that it gives you one second of damage immunity when you use Flurry, making us unkillable. 

    As a third perk, you can honestly pick anything you like. I have taken the Thwarting Counter perk, as it gives us a bit of damage boost against grit raging enemies that will try to hunt you down.

    Secondary Skills

    You already see that with only Rapier perks, you are very evasive. And what makes this build even more insane is its other skills. You can use:

    • Flurry for our one second immunity when someone jumps on you.
    • Riposte for more damage negation.
    • Fleche to spin away from the enemies.

    All these three skills give us such good mobility and evasiveness that most enemies will quit before they will be able to deal damage to you.


    Overall, with high invigorated, more armor than any other light build, and high evasiveness and mobility, this build can truly survive any attack coming its way. 

    Plus, it’s easy to get, as most of them can be crafted with material in a Gypsum Kiln. This was my flavor of the best healer build for PVP in New World Season 3.

  • New World: 3 Best Iron Ore Farming Spots In Season 3

    Posted: Nov 13, 2023

    Hail Fellow Warriors! Here, we will dive into the core material for the creation of your arsenal in New World Season 3.

    Iron Ore has plenty of good locations to farm. I will tell you 3 of my favorite ones. If you have enough Iron Ore, you can also sell them to earn a lot of New World Coins.

    Before every gathering run, make sure that you will be properly prepared. Try to have as much gathering yield to make your farm as efficient as possible.

    1. Path From Windsward To Everfall

    The first part of the gathering path takes us from Windsward’s settlement to Everfall, following the hilly parts of these two zones.

    We start our run in Windsward where we head Northeast and we start mining all the Iron Veins near the rocks. 

    We also pass the Spirit Shrine and a little ancient building. When we mine all the veins near the Abandoned Village, we head to a hill up north. We try to move zigzag along the hill, trying to get as many Iron Veins as possible.

    There will also reside a lot of pumas and deer if you’re interested in Rawhide as well. You can keep walking along the brown-colored areas of the map until you reach. And with that, finish your first part of the run.

    2. Path From Everfall To Monarch’s Bluffs

    The second part of the path takes us from Everfall to Monarch’s Bluffs.

    We make a big loop around the landscape of Everfall and we make a big climb towards Monarch’s Bluffs area. You start this part in Everfall and make your way towards Wolf Den.

    After all the veins have been mined there, you move forward, trying to collect all the veins along the rocky edge. You will have to climb up behind vagrants fort to get up to the rocky bridge.

    After that, you can follow down to the area of Monarch’s Bluffs. Here, you simply cover all of the hilly sides of the wonderful zone until you reach your destination.

    If you do not have your bags full already, you can put them inside your storage shed and continue the run in part three.

    3. Path To South Of Monarch’s Bluffs

    The third Gathering route is in the southern parts of Monarch’s Bluffs, taking us South towards the untamed lands of Elysian Wilds.

    You start your run at the settlement where you head down towards the first row of Iron Veins. You will be above the Wolf Den. 

    When that is cleared, you will move to the lower lands of this zone, getting all the veins there and then going back up the area until making a little circle around the mountain.

    After all that is cleared, you continue following the path on the hill until you reach the end of the run at the shrine. With that, your gathering run ends and you can teleport back to your home to enjoy your spoils of the run. You can refine them or sell them. It’s your choice!


    These were some of my favorite iron gathering routes. 

    If you feel like you need a very long gathering run, you can connect all of them by simply dropping all the raw Iron Ore in the settlement and then continuing the run.

  • New World Season 3: Tips & Tricks For The Best Bow PVP Build! - Bow Rapier Build

    Posted: Nov 06, 2023

    If you’ve ever felt like Bow players can only play behind the scenes in New World Outpost Rush mode, annoying opponents with light attacks and retreating when approached. In this guide, we’ll help you break away from that stereotype and help you create the formidable Bow Rapier Build in New World.

    In this guide, we’ll tell you valuable tips and tricks to excel in PVP, as well as insights into the importance of proper Stamina management, cooldown cycling, and understanding the mechanics of building.

    Stamina Management

    Stamina management is an important aspect of effectively mastering Bow builds. To ensure you don’t run out of Stamina at the wrong moment, you need to use light dodge carefully and strategically. You don’t need to spam them to escape all threats. Meanwhile, be sure to conserve your energy for emergencies and avoid devastating attacks.

    Every attack in New World can be dodged by light dodge. Therefore, it is important to dodge enemy skills by investing New World Coins to improve your character’s statistics.

    Meanwhile, we can also reasonably take advantage of the benefits of bow construction. Such as 10% Haste when equipped, light scrolling for maximum Stamina, and using Evade Shot to speed up. This can help you deal with your opponents effectively without using up precious Stamina.

    Avoid Overuse Of Light Attack

    A common mistake with Bow builds is over-firing Light Attack while aiming down the sights. This tunnel vision leaves you vulnerable to attack from multiple angles and blocks your awareness.

    The power of a light armor bow build is in creating and maintaining a distance from your opponent. When you zoom in by right-clicking and spamming, you lose a valuable view.

    Therefore, you need to be aware of your surroundings and use your bow’s range to your advantage. Keep the scope mainly during Heavy Attack and switch out this field of view as soon as you complete Heavy Attack to regain awareness of your surroundings.

    Cooldown Cycling

    Cooldown Cycling is a skill that can give you a significant advantage in New World’s fast-paced combat. Using them strategically in PVP will increase your chances of victory.

    First, it’s important to understand the capabilities you possess. For example, if you have abilities like Evade Shot, Poison Shot, and Explosive Arrow, you need to know when it’s best to use each one.

    Also, save abilities like Explosive Arrow to eliminate low-health opponents. Evade Shot can be used for extra mobility or to disrupt enemy movements.

    Don’t forget to evaluate the battlefield and adjust your ability usage according to the situation. This flexibility will improve your overall performance, even in challenging situations.

    Also Read: New World Patch 3.0.2 Update Notes! - Blunderbuss Nerf & More Fixes

    Mastering Build Mechanics

    A fundamental aspect of crafting a powerful Bow Rapier build is understanding the synergy between your armor, weapons, and abilities. Understand the mechanics behind the build and don’t blindly follow popular perk options.

    It’s important to understand how each perk in your build functions. For example, if you’re using Hardy on a light bow building, you need to know how it will perform a second dodge without draining stamina.

    Determine how your armor and jewelry perks complement your play style. If you are using Empowering Explosive Arrow, make sure to trigger after Explosive Arrow to get the 20% damage boost.

    Finally, customize your build to suit your preferences and play style. Whether you’re a bow master or a novice, you can adjust your equipment and skills to maximize your potential.

    By applying these tips and tricks to your New World PVP battles, you can break away from the passive bow build stereotype and become a dynamic warrior who excels in skirmishes and group battles. With these tips, you’ll be well on your way to mastering bow in New World Season 3. Good luck!

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