How to respec skills in New World

Here's how to respec skills in New World.

If you want to respec your skills in New World, it is possible, and all you need to do is visit the attribute tab and hit the button that says respec. Doing so will allow you to reset your skills and allocate them accordingly. 

However, in order to respec, you will need to pay a fee of in-game money that will change depending on how many skills you have. For example, if you have around 60 skills already chosen in the game, you will find yourself paying a hefty sum.

Because of this, we recommend only using this option early in the game if you are not happy with your current character, as the cost late into the game could set you back more than it is worth. 

Related: How to get Fiber in New World

You can also respec all of your skills in the game, and each will cost a certain amount similar to that of attributes. For example, weapon masteries can respec or reset in exchange for some azoth.

That said, you're going to need a ton of gold or at least some gold depending on how many skills you need to reset. So with that in mind here are some quick tips on how to make money in the game.

  • Complete quests and gather loot to sell.
  • Level Up crafting skills and then sell the items you make.
  • Gather resources and then sell them to other players.

For more on New World, check out Best Factions to choose in New World and What are Expeditions in New World

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