Hey there, fellow MMO lovers! Husky has brought another New World boosting service to you, featuring Power Leveling this time. We will share some of our knowledge with you so it would be easier for you, our dear customers, to farm experience in the game. So take a notepad, either paper or virtual, and prepare to take notes! We’ll provide you with several essential tips on maximizing your grinding speed.
The first tip is to take a hatchet with berserk specifically. Berserk is a nasty ability that gives you 20% bonus damage while active lasts for 15 seconds. And the actual thing that makes it insane is that it has two passives in the skill tree. One of them gives you a 20% movement speed, and the other allows you to gain a pretty sizable chunk of your health back every 5 seconds while the ability is in effect. Over the 15 seconds, it feels like it restores somewhere around 30% of your overall health. This ability is just absolutely insane because it lasts 15 seconds and goes on a 15-second cooldown after it ends. So every 15 seconds, you’re going to have this up. There’s no penalty to your movement speed, so it’s just a flat 20% speed bonus every 15 seconds, which is insane. This is by far one of the essential things for power leveling since it cuts out so much time on running back and forth in the New World. And trust us, you’re going to be doing a lot of that during your playthrough.
The second tip is to follow the main questline and skip as many enemies as possible on the way. The main quest chain is where you’re going to get the most significant chunks of experience. Usually, what ends up happening is the side quests you do like the town projects, the faction quests – they tend to be on the opposite side of the region, and it’s a massive time sink for not a whole lot of reward. You only get a little bit from these. It’s nothing in comparison to blazing through the story quest if possible. Sadly, on top of that, the enemies give a minimal amount of XP for the time it takes to kill them. Enemies are a bit tanky in the New World. And they take a little bit of time to kill unless you’re out leveling them, and that tiny amount of XP that they give is honestly just not even worth it. So we recommend simply skipping them. Just run past them with the berserk ability active so they would not touch you. Keep on Powerleveling like that, and you’ll catch up to top New World players in no time, even without getting a boosting service.
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Moving on, we have the third tip. Make sure to use camps, fast travels, and even death where possible. Camps are amazing. You can have a spawn point across the map if you want. And it looks like the only thing that gets rid of camps is if its owner logs out. So it is possible to keep them up as long as you are logged in. You can set them beside a quest giver that you know you’re going to travel to frequently and use them as a means of fast travel back and forth. The only thing you need to do is die to make that work. Which, you don’t lose anything from breaking. All you have to do is repair your equipment a little bit, and you’re good to go. This trick helps our power level carry by themselves a lot of time in the New World. Also, fast travel! We advise fast traveling everywhere you possibly could. So far, we have not even come close to running out of Azoth, and we fast traveled anywhere possible that gets us closer to the main quest. We always fast travel.
Trust us, and you’re going to have enough Azoth to keep doing it over and over and over again. Take that advantage wherever you can. And also, touching more on the death and the camps – if you’re out far away from anything and you can’t fast travel or recall to your inn, there’s an exploit. Sometimes the best thing to do is die to an enemy, if possible. If not, drown your character and then respawn at the closest town. That way you can fast travel to wherever you need to go. And once again, you don’t lose anything from that. It’s just one of the best ways to do it. So keep this advice from our boosting service in mind while power leveling your character in the New World.
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Okay, tip number four. Use external help whenever needed. There are already several excellent websites. Some of them have sections for builds and guides, and it is possible to see other people’s builds or post your own. This makes it super easy to understand the game trends and not lose to the meta. There is also a map with resource locations – basically, everything you would need, all in one spot. There are plenty of options for external sites to help you find stuff for quests. Because let us tell you: there’s going to be a few situations where you’re going to need to find something. And don’t even try asking the general chat, trust us.
Moving on to tip number five, it will be a little bit of a controversial one. And if you’re trying to carry out the power level, don’t buy the other players’ tricks and turn on PvP in the New World. You don’t get much from it, the rewards are lame, and it’s sad, but some parts of some servers might not have much PvP going on anyways. Half of the time, when it happens, it’s somebody that either out levels you or somebody that’s way below your level. It’s just not fun for anybody involved. Because you stomp the low-level or the high-level stomps you, you know it’s coming, and sadly, for precisely leveling, consider just leaving it off. It’s more of a nuisance than anything since people will come up behind you with low health and just one shot you. Well, if you like playing that way, go for it, but most players wouldn’t want to have to deal with that while exping.
So that’s all the tips we have prepared for you, and hopefully, it helps you guys a lot! We wanted to throw together a quick guide to help you guys out, to help you hit in-game, find out if the game’s right for you if you want to keep playing. It’s a little bit of a grind, so you might as well make it a little bit easier on yourself. But New World truly shines in the end game, so consider ordering a power leveling boost. If you enjoyed any part of our guide, or if it helped you in any way, consider ordering something from our New World Boost Service. Husky hopes to meet you in-game and have you join the company! Bye-bye!