If you are starting out in Tribes of Midgard, then you’re no doubt wondering about Golden Horns! This currency is something you can earn by completing specific tasks and playing the game. They can be spent at the Golden Altar, Crafting Stations, and in the Shop via the main menu. They are very versatile, and you will want to collect as many as you can to extend the days of your adventures.
Golden Horns can be used in the Shop to purchase some items. These can be in the form of runes, dyes, and even weapons. The prices vary, but expect to pay 10 horns for a weapon, 8 for a rune, and 3 for dyes.
You can also spend horns at the Golden Altar. This appears in-game, and will increase in cost each time you use it. A rune is spit out at random whenever you pay the horn price.
Golden Horns are also used for crafting Legendary items in the game. If you want to survive for many days, you will end up having to craft some of these items and using your horns to craft.
Earning Golden Horns
To get Golden Horns in Tribes of Midgard, you will need to slay Giants/Jotuns, raid bosses, enemies, level up your character, complete achievements, and sometimes get them when you end a game.
Slay Jotuns/Giants & Raid Bosses
Each time you slay a Giant you will receive Golden Horns. They spawn every few days, and can be difficult to defeat if you are under geared or don’t have enough players with you to take them down. Once you slay your first Giant of that particular game, you will open up the Bifrost. This allows you to leave that game with all of your rewards. If your tree is destroyed at any point, you will not keep the Golden Horns you’ve collected in that game! So, when you think your party can’t survive any longer, make sure to use the Bifrost to keep your rewards.
The various enemies you will encounter in the game while you are playing can drop Golden Horns at random. It appears to be a pretty rare drop, but this is one way to get them.
When you level up your character, you complete what tiers of what essentially is a Battle Pass. There will be seasons, however, it doesn’t appear that you will have to pay for it. At certain tiers of the season, you will be given Golden Horns as a reward.
In the Progress tab of the main menu, you will find a variety of challenges that you can complete that will give you different rewards. Some of these rewards are Golden Horns. For example, the Legendary Crafter achievement can be earned by crafting a Legendary Item in any mode. You will earn 5 Golden Horns for completing it. Look through all of the class, achievement, and saga challenges to target tasks that you can complete to earn horns.
When you complete a game by exiting through the Bifrost or your tree being destroyed you will sometimes randomly receive Golden Horns as a reward. It’s unclear how this works, but it seems like a random reward.
That’s everything we know about earning Golden Horns in Tribes of Midgard! We will be covering the game extensively during the release, so be sure to check out the Tribes of Midgard section of our website.