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How to Get Mammoth Coins in Brawlhalla

How to Get Mammoth Coins in Brawlhalla

I swear, smaller games have the most uncanny ability to attract sponsorships and crossovers. I wouldn’t necessarily call Brawlhalla an “indie” game due to its Ubisoft backing, but I certainly can’t name any big box games where you can find Shovel Knight, Finn from Adventure Time, and The Undertaker. The Undertaker, man. Of course, if you want access to all of these iconic characters, as well as some fancy duds for all of the characters that are actually from this game, you’re gonna need to pony up some Mammoth Coins. Here’s how to get Mammoth Coins in Brawlhalla.

Mammoth Coins are Brawlhalla’s own premium currency system, named and styled after the game’s developer, Blue Mammoth Games. While all of the game’s playable characters can be unlocked with the game’s primary currency, gold coins, Mammoth Coins are exclusively for unlocking nifty cosmetic stuff, including character skins, weapon skins, and of course, the aforementioned crossover skins (which are considered part of an existing character’s cosmetic catalog). Mammoth Coins can also be used to unlock characters if you’re in a hurry and don’t want to get gold coins from completing daily missions.

How to Get Mammoth Coins in Brawlhalla

Mammoth Coins are a premium currency, so there’s no way to earn them by just playing the game like with gold coins. The only way to get Mammoth Coins is to cough up some real money (preferably in responsible moderation). A single Mammoth Coin has a monetary value of roughly $0.05 USD. You can get handfuls of them by completing the paid track of the seasonal battle pass or get them in lump bundles directly from the store.

Mammoth Coins can be purchased from the in-game store in the following increments for the following prices:

  • 140 Coins = $5.99 USD
  • 340 Coins = $12.99 USD
  • 540 Coins = $19.99 USD
  • 1,000 Coins = $34.99 USD
  • 1,600 Coins = $49.99 USD

Just to give you a point of reference, most regular character skins cost 140 Mammoth Coins, while the crossover skins cost 300 Mammoth Coins. Since those are the only increments you can buy coins in, if you want a crossover skin, you’ll have to either pay the $12.99 and have 40 left over, or spend approximately $12 to get two of the smallest increments, then earn the rest from the battle pass. 

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