How To Get Eldricite in Dragon’s Dogma 2

Dragon looking at the Arisen in Dragon's Dogma 2
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The world of Dragon’s Dogma 2 is heaving with resources, most of which serve different purposes. If you want to get your hands on Eldricite, you’ll understandably need to put in a little work. This guide will tell you how to obtain it and what to use it for in Capcom’s latest game.

How To Get Eldricite in Dragon’s Dogma 2

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Eldricite is a late-game enhancement item. To be able to access it in the first place, you have to unlock the true ending. There are two places where you can farm Eldricite in Dragon’s Dogma 2. You can go to either the Misty Marshes or Bakbattahl. To obtain this item, you need to kill pink and purple Specters. The Specters spawn at night, and are different from the blue ghosts that you may see while you’re out exploring.

While farming Eldricite is rather time-consuming, stocking up on it frequently is helpful, particularly if you aim to grab all the high-end gear. Eldricite can be obtained not only from the pink and purple ghosts but also from the mining nodes in the walls scattered nearby. By utilizing all available resources, you can increase your chances of acquiring this valuable item.

Typically, you can’t get this item until the endgame, but there are reports of players getting some before the endgame by having a Pawn with the Forager specialization. If they hunt for materials in the Sacred Arbor, they may get their hands on some. You can also go to the forger at Ibrahim’s Scrap Store and get yourself a forgery of the Eldricite, which allows you to gain an extra item.

The drop rate for Eldricite is quite low, so expect to be farming this item for a while. However, if you get any of the other endings, it means that you won’t be able to get your hands on the Eldricite until you get the True ending.

That’s everything you need to know about how to get Eldricite in Dragon’s Dogma 2. Good luck out there, Arisen.

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Written by Amy Eastland

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