Assassin's Creed Identity guide - How to get currency quickly

Posted by Campbell Bird on February 29th, 2016
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Assassin's Creed Identity is all about training and gearing up your assassins to make them the ultimate killing machines and you're going to need a ton of cash to do so.

It takes time to get rich though so we at 148Apps have got a few tips and tricks to help you speed things up.

Do challenges as much as possible

In every mission in Identity, there are optional objectives called challenges which offer rewards if you complete them. These objectives range from killing specific types of guards or going undetected.

You can ignore these challenges but you'll miss out on a bunch of credits and other rewards so we recommend you try and complete them as much as possible.

Bring the right tool for the job

Many contract missions in Identity lend themselves to a specific set of skills. Tailing missions require a stealthy approach while escort missions involve a lot of hand to hand combat.

With that in mind, it's a good idea to create separate assassins based on what you'll want to use them for.

Having multiple assassins does slow down some of your character progression but, in the long run, it'll make missions and their challenges much easier.

Events grant huge rewards

Identity also has time-limited event quests which offer great rewards but require a bit of time investment. They are absolutely worth trying to complete.

For example, the first of these rewards you with 1,500 hero tokens - almost the same number of hero tokens you'd earn from playing 50 initiate tier missions.

Spend money to make money

You'll occasionally find yourself with a list of three contract missions, none of which have promising rewards or contribute to a quest you're trying to complete. If that's the case, don't hesitate to spend 100 credits to refresh the list.

You can easily recoup this cost upon completing your next mission, and if refreshing the contract list puts you closer to closing out an event quest or something similar, it'll have been more than worth it.

Have a tip that slipped by us? Let us know in the comments!

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