Devil May Cry 5 Guide: Best Method To Farm Red Ords

Red Orbs are the main currency in Devil May Cry 5. You need it in order to unlock upgrades, abilities and purchase health or gold orbs. This guide will help you farm red orbs easily.

The first and perhaps the easiest way to get a good number of Red Orbs right in the beginning is to play through the demo first. Since the demo is long gone now, if you have a save file with the demo completed on your PS4 or Xbox One, you can get an instant 30K Red Orbs that will be more than enough to purchase the initial set of upgrades for Nero.

How To Farm Devil May Cry 5 Red Orbs?

In the start, it is not possible to farm red orbs easily. You will just have to try your best to get the best ranking possible for a mission and maintain an S style rank during battles to increase the number of orbs dropped by the enemies.

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The best method for farming red orbs will require you to wait until Mission 13. At this point, you will be able to get your hands on the Faust firearm for Dante. Upgrading this firearm is really important in farming for Red Orbs because it increases their drop rate in the game.

You can attempt this Red Orb farming method at the end of Mission 13. Once you reach a certain point in the story where the game requires you to destroy four blood clots. Enemies will respawn at this point which you can kill to get a lot of red orbs.

Devil May Cry 5 Guide: Best Method To Farm Red Ords

The best way to do this method is to equip the Gun (ranged) weapon and then lock onto enemies and keep shooting them. You can get thousands of red orbs by killing enemies here with the Faust firearm equipped and upgraded to level 4. Once you have cleared them out, restart from the last checkpoint and go through this again until the required amount of red orbs have been obtained.

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Devil May Cry 5 is available now for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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