The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is full of activities for players to dump hours upon hours of their time into. Caves to explore, monsters to kill, people to save, you get the picture. All of these opportunities provide new avenues for fun and enjoyment. Slaying hordes of Rotfiends or showing a pack of wolves that they picked the wrong prey provides endless fun. That is until you look at the side of the screen and see your armor is damaged.
Geralt merrily makes his way over to the nearest blacksmith only to find out that the repairs will cost almost every bit of gold you have. This is when you come to realize that The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is quite the cheapskate when it comes to paying you. The currency made from contracts may seem like a lot, but when it’s crunch-time and the player needs some new gear, supplies, and repairs, everything you’ve worked so hard for just vanishes.
Luckily for you, we’ve put together a few suggestions that will hopefully fill your coffers to a suitable level. Now keep in mind, none of these methods will make Geralt a millionaire, but they will help to ensure that you’re able to acquire what you need, when you need it.