Ni No Kuni Black Diamonds, How to Get & Use

Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds is a charmingly beautiful and relaxing game created in cooperation between Netmarble and Studio Ghibli. However, don’t let that loveliness fool you, as there are a plethora of microtransactions hidden behind its lovely facade. Among many in-game currencies, there’s also one called Black Diamonds. In this type of f2p games, players can often feel overwhelmed with different kinds of resources and currencies. In this guide, we explain what is Black Diamond in Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds, how to get it, and what purpose it has.

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Ni No Kuni Black Diamond, How to Get & Use

How to Get Black Diamond in Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds

The only way to get some Black Diamonds in Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds is by purchasing them with real money. At the moment, there is no way to obtain these diamonds by methods other than using real-life money. They can not be obtained via some in-game activities, they can not be crafted, or bought with other in-game currencies that don’t require real money.

You can acquire them in bundles of 120, 250, 490, 990, 2500, 4900, and 9900. The prices are regional, so you’ll need to check the in-game shop to find out the price in your region. But, some players can’t see the diamonds in their shop, why is that so? First, you can use the Web Shop only after you link an email with your account and create a character. Second, currently, Black Diamonds are only available via PC, and you won’t be able to purchase them if you play on mobile.

Ni No Kuni Black Diamond, How to Get & Use

Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds Black Diamond Use

There’s really only one use for Ni No Kuni Black Diamonds. You will use them to obtain the Territe Token (NKT) and Asterite Token (NKA). These tokens work both as in-game resources that players can use for various upgrades, and as utility tokens which can be exchanged outside of the game via the MARBLEX platform. For more details on how that works, check out the official Ni No Kuni Marblex page. With that said, that’s all you need to know about Black Diamonds in Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds.

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