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Dragon’s Dogma 2: How to Find All MTX Items In-Game Without Spending Real Money

A breakdown of Dragon's Dogma 2's MTX.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 is a fantastic game that has seen unfortunate online discourse due to the inclusion of microtransactions. While it is common for games to include them, Dragon’s Dogma 2’s microtransactions incited more angst than usual. Here is a list of all microtransactions, and how to find them in-game.

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All Microtransactions in Dragon’s Dogma 2 Listed

Whether you like microtransactions or you don’t, you will surely have heard many people discuss the inclusion of them in Dragon’s Dogma 2, even here at Prima Games. Everyone has a different opinion, but the fact remains that the microtransactions for the most part, are limited and do not impact gameplay experience significantly. Here are all of the microtransactions that you can purchase in Dragon’s Dogma 2.

MicrotransactionHow to Obtain in Game
Dragon’s Dogma 2: Explorer’s Camping Kit – Camping GearFound in towns, campsites, and similar locations.
Purchasable from the majority of merchants.
Dragon’s Dogma 2: Dragon’s Dogma Music & Sound Collection – Custom SoundsThe only non-tangible item in the list. This cannot be found in-game, and it provides players the option to change Dragon’s Dogma 2 music and sound to that of Dragon’s Dogma.
Dragon’s Dogma 2: Harpysnare Smoke Beacons – Harpy Lure ItemPurchased from Montgomery at Checkpoint Rest Town.
Can be rewarded when helping people defeat monsters attacking them through your travels.
Dragon’s Dogma 2: Heartfelt Pendant – A Thoughtful GiftDeluxe Edition inclusion.
Dragon’s Dogma 2: Ambivalent Rift Incense – Change Pawn InclinationsPurchased from the Vernworth Pawn Guild for 500 RC.
Dragon’s Dogma 2: Makeshift Gaol Key – Escape from gaol!Occasionally found in the gaol cell that you are confined to in a pot.
Purchased from Traveling Merchants.
Dragon’s Dogma 2: Art of Metamorphosis – Character EditorPurchased from the Vernworth Pawn Guild for 500 RC.
Dragon’s Dogma 2: Portcrystal – Warp Location MarkerA reward from the following quests:
1. Feast of Deception
2. A Trial of Archery
3. A Game of Wits (two)
Purchased from the Dragonforged for 20 WLC.
Vermund Griffin nest
Dragon’s Dogma 2: Wakestone – Restore the dead to life! (A)Made up of three Wakestone Shards which are found all over the world in hidden locations.
Dragon’s Dogma 2: Wakestone – Restore the dead to life! (B)Made up of three Wakestone Shards which are found all over the world in hidden locations.
Dragon’s Dogma 2: Wakestone – Restore the dead to life! (C)Made up of three Wakestone Shards which are found all over the world in hidden locations.
Dragon’s Dogma 2: Wakestone – Restore the dead to life! (D)Made up of three Wakestone Shards which are found all over the world in hidden locations.
Dragon’s Dogma 2: Wakestone – Restore the dead to life! (E)Made up of three Wakestone Shards which are found all over the world in hidden locations.
Dragon’s Dogma 2: 500 Rift Crystals – Points to Spend Beyond the Rift (A)A reward for other players hiring your main Pawn.
Rewarded from looting felled enemies or treasure chests.
Repairing Forgotten Riftstones
Dragon’s Dogma 2: 500 Rift Crystals – Points to Spend Beyond the Rift (B)A reward for other players hiring your main Pawn.
Rewarded from looting felled enemies or treasure chests.
Repairing Forgotten Riftstones
Dragon’s Dogma 2: 500 Rift Crystals – Points to Spend Beyond the Rift (C)A reward for other players hiring your main Pawn.
Rewarded from looting felled enemies or treasure chests.
Repairing Forgotten Riftstones
Dragon’s Dogma 2: 1500 Rift Crystals – Points to Spend Beyond the Rift (A)A reward for other players hiring your main Pawn.
Rewarded from looting felled enemies or treasure chests.
Repairing Forgotten Riftstones
Dragon’s Dogma 2: 1500 Rift Crystals – Points to Spend Beyond the Rift (B)A reward for other players hiring your main Pawn.
Rewarded from looting felled enemies or treasure chests.
Repairing Forgotten Riftstones
Dragon’s Dogma 2: 1500 Rift Crystals – Points to Spend Beyond the Rift (C)A reward for other players hiring your main Pawn.
Rewarded from looting felled enemies or treasure chests.
Repairing Forgotten Riftstones
Dragon’s Dogma 2: 1500 Rift Crystals – Points to Spend Beyond the Rift (D)A reward for other players hiring your main Pawn.
Rewarded from looting felled enemies or treasure chests.
Repairing Forgotten Riftstones
Dragon’s Dogma 2: 2500 Rift Crystals – Points to Spend Beyond the Rift (A)A reward for other players hiring your main Pawn.
Rewarded from looting felled enemies or treasure chests.
Repairing Forgotten Riftstones

Whether or not you agree with the practice, they do not impact your individual gaming experience. Sure, a few Wakestones may help you at first, but you won’t be significantly advantaged over another player who does not choose to partake in the practice, as everything is earned just by playing the game as intended.


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