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New World: How to Give Money to Company or Other Players

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New World: How to Give Money to Company or Other Players

New World is an ambitious pirate-themed MMORPG developed and published by Amazon Games, and it’s already quickly becoming one of the biggest games on Steam. There are plenty of exciting features such as an entirely player-driven economy, rival factions, as well as the ability to battle each other for control of territory. Here’s how to give money to your Company or other players in New World.

Giving Money to Company and Players in New World

A Company is basically New World’s version of a guild, where players of the same faction (Syndicate, Marauders, Covenant) can band together and work towards taking over a region together. To do this, however, you’ll need a lot of money in addition to faction influence in that territory.

Gold is not very easy to come by, especially in the early hours of the game, so it’s likely that your Company will need some help if they’re going to buy over a settlement. If you’re already in a Company, you’ll be able to donate gold to it whenever you want. All you have to do is go to any town, interact with the storage shed, then select the Give Coin option at the very bottom of the screen.

You can choose to either give money to another player in your server, or donate it to your Company treasury; just pick whichever option you want. After that, enter the amount you want to donate, then confirm your selection.

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While you can give money to players by using the trade option, this requires them to be in your immediate vicinity. However, by using the Give Coin option via the storage shed, you can just enter the player’s name and send them money immediately. This is much faster than tracking them down manually, going to their location, then sending a trade request.

That’s all you need to know about how to give money to your Company or other players in New World. Be sure to check our guide wiki for more tips and information on the game.

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