Image via Hopoo Games

Risk of Rain 2: How to Use The Unlimited Lunar Coins Cheat

Get all the Lunar Coins you will ever need.

Among the currencies in Risk of Rain 2, Lunar Coins rate highly for their rarity and desirability. You can use them to buy several Lunar items from the Bazaar Between Realms and unlock a new survivor, the Artificer. The main difficulty behind these coins is that they’re pretty hard to obtain. The best way to get them is by taking out enemies, but these coins have a drop rate of a paltry 0.5%.

Recommended Videos

For most players, this would be prohibitive, but fortunately for the PC crowd, there’s a way to circumvent this by dabbling in a little bit of cheating. It’s pretty simple to do, and it will save you a lot of time in the process if you’re not looking to grind for hours or even days. Here’s how to get unlimited Lunar Coins in Risk of Rain 2 on PC.

How to get unlimited Lunar Coins in Risk of Rain 2

Unfortunately, this is not available for console players. It’s a workaround in the files for Risk of Rain 2 where you can directly adjust these coins, giving you better chances to find them while playing the game. If anyone is looking for a direct gameplay way to better earn these coins, you’re better off focusing on taking out enemies, surviving the waves, and refining your builds.

To get unlimited Lunar Coins in Risk of Rain 2, follow these steps to do it and you’ll be able to unlock it. You will need to go in and readjust these settings in the future if you want to return to the standard settings of the game, or uninstall and reinstall it on your machine.

Related: Early Access Isn’t Right for Every Game on The Escapist

  1. Make sure that your Steam client is closed. Even if it’s minimized, right-click on it and select Exit.
  2. Navigate to your Steam library folder on the PC. By default, the path should look like this: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\userdata
  3. Find the folder with the name 632360 and open it.
  4. Go to the Remote folder, followed by the UserProfiles folder.
  5. Locate the XML document there and open it with a text editor. Notepad or Notepad++ should do.
  6. Look for the line: <coin>number</coin> (with the number between the brackets being the number of Lunar Coins you currently have). If you can’t find it, press Ctrl+F and search for <coin> to locate it.
  7. Change the number value to the amount you want, giving you that many Lunar Coins.
  8. Make sure to save the XML document first, then close it and the folder.
  9. Start the Steam launcher again, and launch Risk of Rain 2. You should now have the amount of Lunar Coins that you’ve entered in your possession. 

Related: How to unlock all artifacts and their codes in Risk of Rain 2

Of course, you can repeat this cheat any time you need some extra Lunar Coins. Simply repeat the process above and enter the new amount that you need until you have the Artificer and everything else in your possession.


Gamepur is supported by our audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn a small affiliate commission. Learn more
related content
Read Article Today’s Coin Master Free Spins & Daily Coins Links (May 2024)
Coin Master free spins and coins daily working links
Read Article Roblox Blox Fruits codes (May 2024)
Read Article Roblox Funky Friday Codes (May 2024)
Read Article Roblox Death Star Tycoon codes (May 2024)
Read Article Roblox Car Crushers 2 (CC2) codes (May 2024)
Related Content
Read Article Today’s Coin Master Free Spins & Daily Coins Links (May 2024)
Coin Master free spins and coins daily working links
Read Article Roblox Blox Fruits codes (May 2024)
Read Article Roblox Funky Friday Codes (May 2024)
Read Article Roblox Death Star Tycoon codes (May 2024)
Read Article Roblox Car Crushers 2 (CC2) codes (May 2024)
Author
Zack Palm
Zack Palm is the Senior Writer of Gamepur and has spent over five years covering video games, and earned a Bachelor's degree in Economics from Oregon State University. He spends his free time biking, running tabletop campaigns, and listening to heavy metal. His primary game beats are Pokémon Go, Destiny 2, Final Fantasy XIV, and any newly released title, and he finds it difficult to pull away from any Star Wars game.