New World Thick Hide Guide

Welcome to our New World Thick Hide guide. New World Thick Hide is a typical product, and that’s great because you’ll need plenty of it.

New World Thick Hide Guide

Thick Hide develops into leather, and leather is an essential active ingredient for a number of kinds of armor and other crucial products, including bags. It’ll take a while before you can collect it, though.

How to get Thick Hide in New World

Thick Hide drops from animals, however do not go on a rampage in the wilds just yet. Only specific animals yield Thick Hide, and you’ll require a Tracking and Skinning skill of level 40 or higher to obtain it. Thankfully, Thick Hide is a typical product. Getting it from a hunt must be relatively easy once you’ve raised your levels.

Similar to a lot of other items in New World, you can also buy Thick Hide from trading posts if another gamer puts it up for sale.

How to Level up Tracking and Skinning

Any wild animal you kill counts toward raising your Tracking and Skinning level, but predators, consisting of wolves, make you the most experience. You should be searching routinely for food and other resources, so striking level 40 most likely will not take long.

Thick Hide Drops

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These animals all have a possibility to drop Thick Hide:

  • Boar
  • Bison
  • Bobcat
  • Lynx
  • Primal Lion
  • Strange Boar
  • Strange Bison
  • Alligator
  • Mountain Lion
  • Strange Elk
  • Timber Wolf
  • Strange Alligator
  • Elk Bull
  • Elk Cow
  • Grizzly Bear
  • Black Bear
  • Damned Hound
  • Timber Wolf

However, we’ve also had all the best searching in Restless Shore and the beach area west of the settlement. The Shoreside Bobcats and Sandhoof Elks appear to drop Thick Hide at a greater rate than the majority of.

Animals take roughly 10 or 15 minutes to respawn– don’t loiter while waiting, however– but you need to be able to get a reasonable bit of Thick Hide in a couple of runs.

If you’re having difficulty searching in New World, try utilizing a varied weapon. The bow may not be our leading pick for weapons, however it’s a strong pick for adding down wildlife.

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