How to Farm Gems in Devil May Cry Peak of Combat

Check out how to farm Gems in Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat.

by Franklin Bellone Borges

No resource in Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat is as vital as the sought-after Gems, which can be used to purchase level-up materials, runes, and the Vault Breakers needed to pull in all of the game’s banners. But as you might have guessed, getting large amounts of them is no easy feat, especially for those in the late-game stages. Here’s how to farm Gems in Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat.

How to Farm Gems in Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat

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The only ways I found to steadily farm Gems in Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat was by completing the Bloody Palace as well as by purchasing them from the Co-op Shop. The Palace resets twice a week and completing it after each reset will reward you with 200 Gems. The Co-op Shop will allow you to get 100 Gems a week by exchanging 1000 Chaos Coppers.

You can also get large amounts of the resource by purchasing both Gem packs and the Value Card, the latter of which will give you 100 Gems per day for 30 days.

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Those new to the game can also get a large amount of Gems as one-time-only rewards by completing Training Stages and Weekly Hunter missions, reaching certain Office levels and Achievement Rewards/Collector ranks, and clearing stages in the Realm Conquerer mode. Players can also get 60 Gems by binding their game accounts and 50 Gems by testing out banner-exclusive characters.

Those who began playing during the launch can also get a considerable amount of Gems by opening in-game celebratory emails and taking part in the Launch Celebration event.

Now that you know how to farm gems, don’t forget to also check out who are the best characters in Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat.

This guide was made while playing Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat on PC.

- This article was updated on January 16th, 2024

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Franklin is a writer and journalist. A video game fanatic with more than 3 years of experience, his work can also be seen on sites such as The Click, Games Atlas, and Try Hard Guides. When not writing, he is most likely making his wallet cry while playing Gacha Games or ending the reign of the Crystals in Final Fantasy XVI.