New World Gleamite locations are places where you can find deposits of the new resource, which you can use as one of the sources for Winter Tokens. The trick is that Gleamite doesn’t seem to have any set spawn points, making the situation much more difficult for you. That’s why we’ve put together this guide to show you how to get Gleamite in New World.
How to Get Gleamite New World
To get Gleamite in New World, you need to find the locations of the nodes. The trouble with this is that, according to the Winter Convergence Festival announcement post, the Gleamite showers are a totally random, dynamic event. What does that mean in practice? Well, it means that we can’t really give you exact locations as to where the Gleamite is going to fall. At least, not as far as we can tell; if there actually is some rhyme or reason to where they spawn, let us know in the comments.
EDIT: As it turns out, there are a number of different locations all over the map where Gleamite can show up. You can see them in the images below, taken from the New World interactive map.
So, how does Gleamite actually work? Well, every so often, and commonly at night, a Gleamite meteor shower will start falling from the sky. You can’t miss it, as it’s a beautiful display of color that just lights the whole place up. What you need to do next is go to and explore the areas where the shower was the strongest.That’s where the New World Gleamite locations will spawn. To get the material, you just have to mine the giant, jagged crystals of Gleamite. They are impossible to overlook, as they glow all the colors of the rainbow and emit a very unique, alien sound.
With all that out of the way, what is this new resource for? Well, you take the Gleamite to the Winter Village, more specifically the Holiday Hut, and exchange ten crystals for one Winter Token. You then use these Tokens to purchase various event-unique rewards. Obviously, there’s a number of other ways to get Winter Tokens, but that’s a matter for a different guide.