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Amazon New World Upgrade Guide


New World is officially available today! As a super large MMORPG game, its pirate theme differs from your usual fantasy environment. With more attention to PVP, players may need to buy more New World Coins to upgrade quickly to match your competitors.

There are three different upgrade systems in Amazon New World, one for increasing your basic character statistics, one for your weapon skills, and one for trading skills. Everyone has the best way to rank quickly, but knowing how to do it without help can be tricky.

While you are waiting for the new world release date to arrive, or if you plan to play the public beta, IGGM is here to help you. Players can visit IGGM to see all the ways how to get XP to upgrade characters, trading skills and weapon skills. Doing so will allow you to explore MMO’s first raid faster.

Whenever players level up, they can put a point into one of the five attributes. This means that everyone can spend 71 points through the upgrade. Fair items will also give points when players wear or brandish them. In addition, there are item slots where they can place jewelry to further increase the character’s attribute statistics.

If players need more strength to help them achieve greater goals, then they can directly purchase many cheap New World Coins from IGGM to achieve this. Now everyone has to wait patiently and prepare actively! Come on!

Attached link: https://www.iggm.com/new-world-coins
CSCCA 29 september 2021, 1:18
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