How to Break 200 (100) Heart Piles Fast in Pet Simulator X

If you're wondering how to get to the Break 100 Heart Piles in Pet Simulator X, we'll tell you what you need to do!
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Roblox Pet Simulator X is one of the biggest games on the platform, so when they release a new update people are clamoring to try out the new content! With new additions to the game, comes many questions on how things work. If you want to know how to Break 200 Heart Piles in the game, we’ll tell you how to do it in this guide.

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Where to find Heart Piles

To break 100 Heart Piles and complete the first quest for the Secret Valentine’s Day Area, you will need to go anywhere in the game that spawns coins. There will be red piles of heart coins that spawn at random whenever there’s an opening for a breakable to be created.

Update: You now only need 100 Heart Piles after a nerf to the quest!

The best way to get a lot of these piles is to sit in an area where no one is around and that you can break the coins easily. Keep smashing breakables in the area, which will then spawn new breakables. This then allows a chance for a Heart Pile to spawn, which you can then quickly break. Keep doing this until you have all 100.

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Keep in mind that only the piles of coins count towards the 100! Gifts will not count, so don’t bother with them unless you are trying to create more piles of coins.

Inside of the Secret Valentine’s Area will be the new Rose Egg that will give you a chance to get the Huge Heavenly Lamb and Heavenly Lamb pets. You will also find a new big chest that you can farm Valentine’s Day currency from!

That’s all you need to know about breaking 200 Heart Piles in the game! You can check out more information on the game in the Pet Simulator X portion of our website.

Shaun Savage

Shaun Savage

Shaun Savage is the founder and editor-in-chief of Try Hard Guides. He has been building websites for over 20 years and has been gaming for even longer. He is a 2013 graduate of the Academy of Art University with an A.A. in Web Design and New Media. In his off-time, he enjoys playing video games, watching bad movies, and spending time with his family.

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