A helpful glitch in Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown gets players infinite Xerxes Coins, but it could get patched later on.
There’s a glitch in Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown that can get players infinite Xerxes Coins, a useful currency that can be used to purchase upgrades and buy items from The Scrapper. Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown has multiple currencies to keep track of, and while Xerxes Coins aren’t exactly the rarest that the game has to offer, it can still be helpful to get an infinite number of them in the game.
There are three currencies for Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown players to collect during their adventures. Time Crystals are the most common, doled out upon defeating enemies and hidden away in certain areas of the map. Azure Damascus Ingots are the rarest, but they are also some of the most helpful, as they allow Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown players to upgrade Sargon’s swords and his bow.
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Xerxes Coins can be collected in a number of different ways. They are a reward for completing Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown platforming challenges and side quests, earned by defeating the game’s Lost Warriors, or purchased from the shopkeepers in Haven. However, I discovered a glitch that gets players infinite Xerxes Coins. Once players have defeated the Lost Warrior Reza and obtained the Insignia of Perseopolis, exiting and entering a specific section of The Catacombs will get them another Insignia of Persepolis and a free Xerxes Coin. I am still able to replicate this glitch, even after having completed the main story, but it’s unclear if this is easily repeatable or if this is just a fluke. Mileage may vary, but it’s worth a shot for anyone wanting to stock up on Xerxes Coins in Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown.
How to Get Infinite Xerxes Coins in Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown
- Defeat Lost Warrior Reza to get Insignia of Persepolis and 1 Xerxes coin
- Travel to The Catacombs and re-enter and exit the marked area. The door used doesn’t seem to matter
- It’s unclear if this can be easily replicated or a fluke, so keep that in mind in case it doesn’t work
It’s possible that developer Ubisoft Montpellier will release a Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown update that fixes this glitch, so fans should keep that in mind. However, it works as of the time of this writing, so interested fans are free to give it a shot.
As more people get their hands on Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown and explore its massive map, more glitches and tricks will likely be discovered, so fans should keep an eye out.
Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown
Ubisoft’s The Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown is a throwback to the franchise’s early 2D days, albeit with a heavy focus on stylish combat. Inspired by Persian mythology and set on Mount Qaf, the game features platforming, parkour, action, and storytelling.
- January 18, 2024
- Ubisoft Montpellier
- Action , Platformer , 2D