Sekiro, the latest title by FromSoftware, has an in-game currency called Sen. You can use Sen to purchase a variety of items, here is how to earn money fast in Sekiro.
Sen is an essential resource in the game and there are a number of ways to get it. However, be careful because you lose half of it if you die in Sekiro. Read on to find more about earning Sen fast.
Ways to earn Sen fast in Sekiro?
The easiest and simplest way to earn Sen is by selling items to Memorial Mob in Sekiro. These are vendors that you across the map but you will find the first one at Ashina gate while playing the game. Make sure to sell the extra items only because some items might be very hard to get back.
After killing an enemy in Sekiro, you can loot them. Each killed enemy will have a few Sen and maybe a few additional items. So, whenever you are done fighting a number of enemies, press and hold done Square/X to loot all the defeated enemies nearby.
So, find an area with a group of enemies if you want to earn some extra Sen. Enemies respawn when you rest at the Sculptor’s Idol so you can use an area with a group of enemies to farm for Sen in Sekiro.
Finding Coin Purses
Coin Purse is an item that is carrying a set amount of Sen. You can find Coin Purses as you play through the game. The best part is that Sen from Coin Purses are not taken away when you die. For that reason, it is recommended you should save these and spend only when it is really important.
How to avoid losing Sen when you die in Sekiro?
Unfortunately, there is no fixed solution that would stop you from losing Sen when you die in the game. However, there is a feature called Unseen Aid that activates for you sometimes which help you retain your Sen but it being activated is not guaranteed.
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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is now available on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.