What are Coins Used for in Mario and Rabbids Sparks of Hope? – Answered

Here's what the gold coins are sued for.

Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope has many currencies to keep track of. From Planet Coins to Prisms to Gold Coins, you might be confused about which money is used. Don’t worry; we’re here to help sort this out for you and ensure you get the most bang for your buck. Here are what Coins are used for in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope.

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What are Coins Used for in Mario and Rabbids Sparks of Hope?

The standard Gold Coins in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope are used for a few different things. The most useful is the ability to heal your team while exploring or right before a fight. Just hit down on the D-Pad to pull up the healing menu. This will cost an ever-increasing number of coins every time you heal, so be sure to use it when it’s most beneficial. This is where you will spend the crux of your gold coins in Sparks of Hope.

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You can also spend your Gold Coins at the shop, which can be found on every major planet in the game. Look for the money bag icon on your map in the overworld, which will lead you to the shop. Here you can purchase many different items to use in battle, from healing mushrooms to POW blocks that do area-of-effect damage. Having a healthy stock of items can turn the tide of battle in your favor.

We recommend stocking up on as many items as possible before fighting in Sparks of Hope.

Well, that’s everything you need to know about what the coins are used for in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope. Be sure to check out all of our other helpful guides on Sparks of Hope. Are you looking to change the difficulty setting in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope?

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