Currencies are extremely important to amass in any game, and that’s true even in Far Cry 6. You’ll want to make sure that you have more than enough just so you can buy gear pieces whenever you wish. Here’s our Far Cry 6 guide to help you get more Yaran Pesos and Moneda in the game.
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Far Cry 6 guide: How to get more Yaran Pesos and Moneda
Yaran Pesos in Far Cry 6
The standard currency in Far Cry 6 is the Yaran Peso. The currency is used to purchase various items such as weapons, armors, maps, and more. You’re likely to use it when checking out the goods being sold in camp facilities, as well as those provided by arms dealers in the military bases that you capture.
As far as the best way to earn Yaran Pesos is concerned, all you need to do is take a look at Los Bandidos missions. You’ll gain access to these boards once you’ve reached a main guerrilla base in Yara’s three regions. Just pick one, wait a bit, then recheck the board once you’re prompted.
Los Bandidos missions have three multiple-choice sets and a final reward. Oftentimes, you’ll see Yaran Pesos as a possible reward. You can select this, but beware if you’re going to take huge losses in terms of recruits.
Moneda in Far Cry 6
As for Moneda, this currency is used primarily to purchase Black Market goods. These include Overlocked weapons and premium store gear, as well as various cosmetics/charms. In a way, Moneda is like the Opal currency you get in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (where you can pick up stuff from the Thousand Eyes vendors).
You can earn Monedas by replaying Special Operations. These are given to you by an NPC named Lola who’s found in any main guerrilla base. In fact, Lola’s other tab apart from Special Operations shows the Black Market items.
But, if we’re talking about obtaining a lot of Moneda in Far Cry 6 in a short span of time, then look no further than Insurgency Mode. I say “short span of time” because all you need to do is complete the tasks listed therein (seen in the image below). Each task, including the main objective to eliminate the leader, nets you a lot of Monedas. However, this mode only becomes available after you complete the campaign, so it can take a while before you reach that point. On the bright side, there will be new Insurgency provinces each week, so you’ll always have a shot to gain additional Moneda.
Note: Some Los Bandidos missions might have Moneda as a reward, but these are quite random.