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Outer Worlds: How to Get Bits (Money) Fast

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Outer Worlds: How to Get Bits (Money) Fast

Money makes the world go round, and in the galaxy of Outer Worlds, that money is Bits. Bits can be used to upgrade your weapons and armor via the ‘Tinker’ option at a workbench, as well as spent at vendors to get better gear or other items. You might also want to use Bits for bribing NPCs, among other things. Here’s how to get Bits fast in Outer Worlds for all your spending needs.

Getting Bits Fast in Outer Worlds

Loot, Sell, Repeat

Honestly, the best way to get Bits in Outer Worlds is to simply pick up and loot everything you see. Keep anything that’s at all valuable to you or more powerful than anything you’ve got equipped, and anything you don’t need weapon/ armor parts from, go ahead and sell to a vendor.

Vendors can be found in almost every town, but you’ll also find Vending Machines that you can interact with to buy and sell items, too. Use either of these to sell items for fast Bits in Outer Worlds.

Snake Oil Salesman Perk

While selling your unwanted gear and items is the best way to get Bits fast in Outer Worlds, that doesn’t mean there isn’t a way to maximize the amount of money you can make from this method even more.

The Snake Oil Salesman perk is a Tier 2 perk. Once you’ve unlocked and purchased it, though, you’ll be able to sell items for 20% more than you normally could.

While it might only seem like a small boost to each item, when you’re selling tons of unwanted loot, this racks up incredibly quickly.

Completing Quests

Another way to easily get money is to simply complete quests. Almost every quest you complete in the game will reward you with some amount of Bits, and as you go about completing them, you’ll likely find a bunch of Bits stashed away in items like cash registers.

That’s everything you need to know on how to get Bits fast in Outer Worlds. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to check out our ever-expanding Outer Worlds guide wiki, search for Twinfinite, or give some more of our guides a read down below.

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