Wild Hearts Cheats
Looking for Wild Hearts cheats on PS5, Xbox Series X & PC? Here we’ll list Wild Hearts cheat codes and unlockables with tips for Koei-Tecmo’s Omega Force & EA’s new action-RPG game.
Here we will show you how to unlock all Wild Hearts codes with a cheats list that’s valid for the PC, PS5 & Xbox Series X versions (where available).
Take a look at the cheats below…
Table of contents
Wild Hearts Cheats List
Wild Hearts Money Cheat
How to farm Gold: In this location guide, you’re given all the information you need to get started lucratively in this game, from gold farming tips to corestone, ore and food locations!
Wild Hearts Ore & Corestones Farming Cheat
How to do the Ore & Corestones farming cheat: These two materials are needed for crafting the best weapons and armors in Wild Hearts. The best place to farm Ore and Corestones in the game is when you travel to Kintodo Tower. Replay this area to get as much as you need from one easy accessible spot.
Wild Hearts Unlockable DLC Items
Wild Hearts Pre-order Bonus
Pre-order Bonus Free Items for All Editions:
- 1 x Emote (Ferocious Kemono)
- 5 x Chat Stamps (Poker face, Just Woke Up, Praying, Besties, Sleepy)
Wild Hearts Special Edition Differences & Extras
Karakuri Edition Bonus Items:
- Decorative Tsukumo Lantern
- 2 x full armor sets (Karakuri Samurai, Karakuri Ninja)
- 3 x Emotes (Fighting Spirit, Grovel, Conch)
Wild Hearts Tips and Tricks
This first video is a beginners guide for those of you who want to know everything there is to know about Wild Hearts. Covered are everything from the basics of gameplay to tips for finding and fighting monsters. You’ll be able to see the different weapons and how to choose which one is right for you.
Fans of the Monster Hunter franchise will want to check out Wild Hearts, a new game in the hunting game genre. In this second video, covered are 8 things players need to know before playing Wild Hearts. From the basics of the game to tips for surviving and completing quests.
Finally, let’s take a look at all 8 weapons in Wild Hearts and explain what they are and how they play into the game. From the Nodachi to the Karakuri Staff, and show you how each weapon affects the game in different ways. So let’s get started, and see which weapon is best for you as a hunter who fights giant monsters called kemon!
The Karakuri are an ancient technology that has sat dormant for years. While hunters of old once knew how to use Karakuri, that knowledge has been lost to time. That is, until you appeared. Use the Karakuri to stand toe-to-toe against the Kemono, the giant nature-infused beasts that roam Azuma.
There is a long road ahead of you for mastering the many kinds of Karakuri. How you use them to enhance your abilities will be up to you, and new Karakuri are still being discovered by fellow hunters.
Karakuri can be broken down into three main categories, based on the way they interact with hunters and the world around them.
- Basic Karakuri are simple, quickly constructed and tend to do well during combat. They also generally do not require many resources to craft. The crate, spring and torch Karakuri are all in this category.
- Fusion Karakuri require hunters to build multiple basic Karakuri that then fuse together, hence “Fusion” Karakuri. These are intended for countering Kemono attacks, although they can be used in a variety of situations. To learn Fusion Karakuri, hunters must seek new Kemono to battle. The pounder, star bomb and repeater crossbow are a few of the Fusion Karakuri hunters will learn.
- Lastly, Dragon Karakuri affect a hunter’s hunting grounds and, more broadly, Azuma. Dragon Karakuri require such a massive amount of energy to operate that they draw power from the very land around them. The power that they draw from is called Celestial Thread. The available Celestial Thread in an area can grow as you discover and upgrade that area’s Dragon Pits. The flying vine, roller and hunting tower, among others, are considered Dragon Karakuri.
The basic building block of the Karakuri. Allows hunters to gain the high ground to avoid attacks or, when positioned correctly, hunters can perform a powerful attack from above.
Launches the hunter in a desired direction. It can be crafted quickly and used to dodge, perform an enhanced jumping attack or even flank a Kemono faster than one could on foot.
Useful both in and out of combat, the torch can be used to light a dimly lit area or to add fire to a hunter’s weapon to deal additional damage.
Can be used in conjunction with a wind vortex or even a few crate Karakuri, the glider allows hunters to stay in the air longer to traverse Azuma more easily or position yourself directly overtop a Kemono.
Hunters can tether themselves to a celestial anchor and swing around the anchor to close the gap between you and a Kemono. Celestial anchors can be used in some non-combat situations as well.
While it packs a wallop, the pounder is a more complex Karakuri that has a slower attack that inflicts a large amount of stun damage to its target.
The star bomb boasts a high attack power alongside a wide attack range. Although it takes some time to detonate on its own, it’ll explode immediately when attacked. Be warned though, the blast can send your fellow hunters flying if they’re caught in the explosion!
An offensive Karakuri that shoots at regular intervals to increase your damage output and distract Kemono for a few precious seconds. A great choice when hunting flying Kemono.
Kemono that fall prey to a hunter’s chain trap will be immobile for a short period of time. Be sure to use this Karakuri wisely, as Kemono will begin to figure out how to escape the trap faster with each use.
One of the most complex Karakuri, the celestial cannon collects surrounding celestial thread that it then hurls at its target. While difficult to aim, the cannon has such an intense impact that it has a chance to stagger Kemono.
This defensive Karakuri can be used in many situations but its main purpose is to counter charge attacks or to simply be used as a wall to block a Kemono attack.
A Karakuri that’s typically used outside of combat, the flying vine shoots a zipline across a great distance. Visiting hunters will also be able to use your zipline so your hunting party doesn’t get separated.
Detect large Kemono that are in the nearby vicinity. As hunters learn to better construct this Karakuri, the hunting tower will be able to locate additional artifacts and notable creatures.
Generates a strong upwards wind that can propel hunters into the air. Wind vortexes are always on and when used in conjunction with a glider gives the hunter added height and gliding speed.
Simultaneously ancient and futuristic, hunters can traverse large distances quickly with this Karakuri. After tracking down prey, hunters can catapult a still-moving Roller into the Kemono. Best to hop off the Roller before doing this though.
Self-propelled, the paddle scoop is a more efficient method of catching fish while you are on the hunt. It’ll even store the fish it catches for later use.
Complete with a variety of attacks, the training bear will be a key tool for hunters to improve their skills. Spar with the training bear while it’s on its hind legs or on all four.
Disclaimer: These are all Wild Hearts cheats on Xbox Series X, PS5 & PC found so far. Sadly in modern games cheat codes are often replaced with DLC codes, in which case the best we can do is provide secret unlockables, as well as the handy Wild Hearts guides listed above to help you with tips and tricks for the game!
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