This is a guide on how to farm money in the game NEO: The World Ends with You (NEO TWEWY). Read on to learn more on what is money used for and how to farm money efficiently
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You earn money by defeating Noise and selling the Pins that they drop. Sell Pins of your choice at any Threads shops. In particular, sell Yen pins. Yen Pins don't provide Psych abilities and, instead, only have a set monetary value, so the only way to make use of Yen Pins is by selling them.
Each enemy has a set type of Pin that they drop, depending on Difficulty (which you can view on Noisepedia), so repeatedly defeating the same type of enemy will allow you to farm copies of the same Pin.
You can gain extra money by selling the duplicate copies of Pins that you get after each battle.
Increase the drop rate of Pins by decreasing your Level in the Difficulty tab. Having a higher drop rate means that you will get more Pins with each battle.
|Base Level No. 163 Pin||Max Level No. 163 Pin|
One way to farm Money efficiently is to level up the Pins first before selling them. Each level increases the value of the Pin which allows you to sell them for more money.
In the table shown above, we show the difference of the Value of the No. 163 Pin when you first get it and after you max level it.
Having said all of that, check out our guide below to learn how to farm Pin Points and level up your Pins!
The ShibuPay Bonus increases the amount of money you earn when selling Pins. Complete the Week 3, Day 4 side quest Get in the Spirit to unlock the ShibuPay Bonus on the Social Network.
Below is the maximum amount of Yen you can earn on both streets. Given the drop rate of 100,000 Yen Pins on Hardcore Puffers, it's better to chain them together. Shibuya Hikarie sometimes has a Hardcore Puffer appear as Pale Noise, which significantly boosts drop rate.
|Farming Spot||Noise Drops|
|10 Hardcore Puffers
¥1-1.1 million for 7 reductions
(Week 3, Day 5)
|7 or 8 Hardcore Puffers
¥700k-800k pull for 8 or 9 reductions
The above reductions count include the non-Puffer Noise that are unavoidable in the district.
During Week 2 Day 3, you'll encounter a lot of J Popguin at Expressway Underpass. On Hard difficulty, these Noise drop The Ever-Arctic Treasure pins, which sell for ¥2,910 each. Expressway Underpass is a great place to farm these Pins and sell them immediately. It shouldn't take much longer than an hour to reach max Money at this area.
Plenty of Drum 'n' Stingers, Bigbanfrogs, and Oi Puffers can be found in Center Street and Tsutaya O East during Week 2. Each of these noise drops 5,000 and 1,000 Yen pins. Note that they will only drop these on Hard difficulty.
Yen (¥) is the form of money/currency used in NEO: The World Ends with You. Use money to buy Threads and Food that give stat boosts to your characters. You can view the current amount of money you have on the top right corner of your screen.
Increase the amount of money you can have in your ShibuPay wallet by purchasing the ShibuPay Expansion Reward for 4 FP in the Social Network.
The 2 characters on the Social Network who provide this reward are listed below. The first purchase of ShibuPay Expansion will increase your money cap from ¥99,999 to ¥999,999. The second purchase will increase it further to the max wallet size ¥9,999,999.
The max money cap of the game is ¥9,999,999. Filling your wallet to ¥999,999 will grant you the Made of Money trophy (PS4 only) and Graffiti.
|Tips and Tricks|
|How To Save||How to Change Difficulty|
|Controls and Best Settings||How to Unlock Ultimate Difficulty|
|How to Use Scan Function||Social Network Guide|
|Replaying with Rindo||How to Fix Mixed-up Memories|
|How to Sprint and Move Faster||All Warp Point Locations|
|Final Time Attack Guide (Time Trial)|
|Best Items and Tier Lists|
|Best Pins to Use||Best Threads for Each Character|
|Tips and Tricks|
|100 Percent Guide||How to Earn Scramble Slam Points Fast|
|All Quiz Answers||List of All Pin Mutations|
|How to Get Black Cat Ensemble||All Pin Ensembles|
|List of Uber Pins||How to Get All Graffiti|
|Pin Affinity Guide||Food Shop Guide|
|Should You Evolve Pins?||What to Do with Excess Pins?|
|How to Change Character||--|
|Combat and Noise Guides|
|Combat Tips and Techniques||List of Pig Noise|
|How to Get a Higher Battle Rank||All Dive Locations|
|Rhyme Dive Guide||How to Perform Killer Remixes|
|How to Build Up Groove||Chain Battles Guide|
|How to Reboot Single Use Pins||How to Run Away|
|Best Pin Combinations||--|
|How to Farm EXP||How to Farm Money|
|How to Farm Friendship Points||How to Increase VIP Level Quickly|
|How to Farm Pin Points||How to Increase Pin Drop Rates|
|How to Raise STYLE Quickly||Best Food to Raise Each Stat|
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