Game Guides - New World

How to get Rice in New World

We'll teach you where-to find Rice in New World with this easy to follow guide!

New World is the newly released MMO by Amazon Games Studios that will take you into the exploration of a fictional land that was is based off of the Americas. You will be looking to harvest resources, craft items, get control of settlements, complete quests, explore, PVP, or fight off monsters. As you head into this dangerous world, you will need to know how to get yourself some Rice for cooking. We’ll show you how in this guide.

Rice Guide

To find Rice in New World, you will need to open Provision Crates in specific regions of the map. For Rice, these regions are Monarch’s Bluff, Restless Shore, and Shattered Mountain. You only find this valuable grain in the crates that occupy those areas, so make sure you farm accordingly! Provision Crates respawn after 30 – 45 minutes, so try to hit the same spot again once they refresh.

Here’s a map that displays the majority of the Provision Crate spawns in Monarch’s Bluff. Blue dots are different chest types, the pink circled ones are Provision Crates!

Credit to Map Genie for the helpful interactive map!

Here’s a map that displays the majority of the Provision Crate spawns in Restless Shore.

Credit to Map Genie for the helpful interactive map!

Here’s a map that displays the majority of the Provision Crate spawns in Shattered Mountains.

Credit to Map Genie for the helpful interactive map!

You can use Rice to craft recipes, such as: Coconut Crusted Fish Filet, Grilled Poultry with Saffron Rice, Pork Belly Fried Rice, Stuffed Calamari, and Stuffed Venison Tenderloin!

That’s everything we know about getting Rice in New World. You will find details on a lot more things about the game in the New World section of our website!

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