Warhammer 40K: Darktide Requisitorium Explained

An exceptionally difficult name to spell, that's for sure.

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Warhammer 40K: Darktide’s hub is filled with all sorts of kiosks to interact with, with more on the way. You have the shop, which is used to purchase weapons, and the mission terminal to begin your next adventure. One more shop, located near the spawn area of the hub, offers as much value as it does mystery. Here’s what you need to know about Sire Melk’s Requisitorium in Warhammer 40K: Darktide.

What is Sire Melk’s Requisitorium in Darktide?

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Most players’ first experience with the Requisitorium will be spotting it aboard the Mourningstar, located just right of where you first spawn. Before you can access it, you’ll need to hit trust level 11 on whatever character you’re playing. This means if you go up to the Requisitorium on your level 11 or above character, then swap to another, you won’t be able to access it. Once you do have access, things become much more interesting.

Let’s break down the three menus starting with View Contracts. This menu lists off all sorts of weekly contracts such as scoring kills, completing missions under different conditions, and picking up different secondary objective items (grimoires, scriptures, etc.). Each one you complete will net you a certain amount of Requisitorium coins. Completing all contracts in a given week will also score you a big bonus of coins. Once the timer finishes, any uncompleted challenges will be reset.

Moving over to Limited Time Acquisitions, this is where you’ll spend some of your newfound coins on various Curios and weapons. These tend to be much better than the items in the base shop, so be sure to choose your purchases carefully. The same goes for the Mystery Acquisitions menu, which lets you gamble your points on either a melee weapon, ranged weapon, or defensive Curio of unknown quality.

Related: What are Curios in Warhammer 40K: Darktide? – Answered

All in all, Sire Melk’s Requisitorium offers plenty of ways to score yourself new loot, provided you’re up for the challenge. Just expect to be grinding out coins for a while to get the best gear.

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