New World Twitch Drops - How to Get Vinespun Weapon Skins

Those of you wondering how to get Vinespun weapon skins New World Twitch drops, you’ve come to the right place. These cool-looking cosmetics will only be available for those of you that watch specific content on Twitch for a couple of hours. That way, you’ll gradually unlock the skins in the game. We’ll explain the process in our New World Twitch Drops – How to Get Vinespun Weapon Skins guide.

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New World Twitch Drops – How to Get Vinespun Weapon Skins

How to Get New World Twitch Drops – Vinespun Weapon Skins

To get the New World Vinespun weapon skin Twitch drops, the first step is to log into your Twitch account and switch your status to Online. Then, go into your account settings and link your Twitch with your Steam, if you haven’t already. With all that out of the way, all you need to do is “watch 10 cumulative hours of New World broadcasts from our 66 Battle for New World participants on Twitch between September 28 and October 11, 2021 5PM PT.” That’s straight from the official New World website.

What this means is that you need to watch streamers that have the Twitch Drop tag. And that’s basically all you need to know. As you watch their stuff, you’ll gradually unlock the various Vinespun skins available for all sorts of different weapons. I have to hand it to them, the skins do look pretty cool. So, yeah, that’s how to get the Vinespun weapon skin New World Twitch drops – just watch some content creators for a couple of hours. You can learn a few things about the game while you’re at it, so I suppose there’s that, too.

New World is an MMORPG created by Amazon Games as their first big title. It launches on Tuesday, September 28th, 2021. As far as I know, it’s only available on PC, and I haven’t heard anything about any potential console ports. Maybe if it sells enough copies it’ll happen, who knows.

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