In New World, if the player wants to make a higher-level item, the player must use a higher-level crafting station. For example, a level 3 crafting station can make 300 equipment scoring items, and a level 5 crafting station can make 500 equipment scoring items.
In addition, the level of the items made by the player also depends on the materials used by the player. For example, if the player uses level 4 materials to make level 4 items, the equipment score of 400 is used as the New World Gold baseline. Each time the level material is increased, the minimum equipment score will increase by 5. However, every time the level material is reduced, the minimum equipment score will be reduced by 5.
It is worth noting that the use of rare materials can increase the minimum and maximum equipment scores by 5. Using refined rare materials can increase the minimum and maximum equipment scores by 15. Using rarer materials will lower the item's level requirements. The player's minimum and maximum equipment score values are also affected by the player's trading skill level.
Adding Azoth to a player-made item will increase the item's chances of having additional attributes, perks, and gem slots. Players may have noticed the commonality of the equipment names encountered in New World. There are naming conventions that describe the characteristics of related items. When making, players can use attribute items to grant these statistics and affixes to the player's New World Coins equipment.
When the player purchases faction armor from the player's faction store, it may not improve the attributes suitable for the player's specific build. However, players can use the faction seal to re-roll the faction armor in the crafting station. If players lack New World Coins in the game, they can go to NewWorldCoins for help. Their staff pays attention to the product market around the clock to provide you with the cheapest New World Gold.