Bayonetta 3

How to Get Seeds Quickly – Fastest Seed Farming Method in Bayonetta 3

Bayonetta 3 Seed Farming - Fastest Seed Farming Method

In Bayonetta 3, you will need to collect seeds in order to buy some of the things you want. Seeds are a type of currency in the game that you can farm by playing. In this guide, we will take you through the process of how to farm seeds in Bayonetta 3.

Bayonetta 3 Seed Farming – Fastest Seed Farming Method

With the help of this guide, you will be able to rack up a lot of combo points for seeds in the game Bayonetta 3. All you need are some consumables and a skill which won’t cost you a lot, but will fetch you great returns if you use them well.

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The first thing you need is the Midas’ Testaments, which you can buy in Rodin’s shop. This is a consumable that causes enemies to drop seeds when attacked. Buy a few of them as you might run out. You can use multiple Midas’ Testaments in one battle, so you can take several.

Next, you will need to unlock Astounding Touch for Color My World. This is one of the skills for the handgun that you can get for Madame Butterfly. As a Demon Masquerade skill, you will be able to hit a lot of enemies at once with it.

Go to the Prologue and start it in the Chapter Select screen. Once you are in the middle of combat, you will need to start the Midas Treatment’s effect by consuming it. The Astounding Touch still will attack all the enemies around you, and will give you a lot of seeds. Keep using this move until the Midas Treatment’s effects are over. You now can start another one.

You will get a lot of seeds using this method over and over again. You need plenty of them to purchase some items in the game, so it’s a good idea to keep doing it. Until you have the amount you need, keep replaying the Prologue. 

Jayita Talukder
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