Torchlight III is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC. Take a look at our cheats and tips to get help in the game. Torchlight III is a dungeon crawler RPG where you control a character in a high fantasy world from an isometric, top-down view. Novastraia is again under threat of invasion, and it's up to you to defend against the Netherim and its allies. Gather your wits and brave the frontier to find fame, glory, and new adventures.
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Torchlight III Cheats, Tips Strategy
Below is a collection of hints and tips that will help you to progress in the game. These include how you can keep your inventory clear of items you have no use for and make money at the same time and why it is important that you don't spend all of your gold.
Pick the Best Pets
It is important in Torchlight III that you know which pets to choose as different pets can offer various buffs, auras, and combat abilities which can help you considerably in certain situations. Pets come in different rarities and have four skill slots which you can manage from the 'Skills' menu. Below is a list of the pets that are available in the game.
Alpaca All versions are Normal rarity.
Owl All versions are Normal rarity.
Retriever All versions are Normal rarity, except the EchtraLife version which is Legendary.
Wolf Brown version is Magic rarity, the Grey version is Rare, and the White version is Legendary.
Eagle Golden version is Normal rarity, the Black and Harpy versions are Magic, the Crested version is Rare, and the Bald version is Legendary.
Dragonling Teal version is Magic rarity, Purple is Rare, and Red is Legendary.
Chakawary Green version is Normal rarity, Golden and Navy are Magic, Crimson and Aqua are Rare, and White is Legendary.
Cat Buttercup version is Normal rarity, Tabby and Tuxedo are Magic, Siamese is Rare, and Black is Legendary.
Don't forget to build a Pet Shelter at the fort and don't worry about your initial choice as you can change pets easily.
Send Pets to Sell Items
You can avoid the tedious process of manually going back and forth to town to sell loot in Torchlight III by sending a pet to do the job for you. Make sure you take advantage of this as a large amount of the loot in-game can be useless depending on character class. Selling the items you have no use for will not only enable you to make a lot of money it will also keep your inventory clear.
Keep Enough Gold to Revive
In Torchlight III it is important that you make sure you always have enough in-game currency available to revive your character. When your character dies during gameplay you have the option to revive them right at that spot and lose no progress providing you have the required amount of gold. If you decide you do not want to spend gold reviving your character they will revive back in town for free or at the start of a level.