The fifth day of Genshin Impact‘s Lost Riches event has arrived, and it has brought two new treasure areas for fans to search along with it. One of these areas, denoted as treasure area 10, is located at Cape Oath, and indeed there are 60 Iron Coins to be found there. For those Genshin Impact players that may be having some trouble unearthing all of the treasure that is buried at this location, this guide is here to provide assistance.
To begin, Cape Oath is in the Galesong Hill region in Mondstadt, which is situated to the southeast of the main city. More specifically, players should navigate to the east side of this region, past Dadaupa Gorge, and they will find Cape Oath where the landmass meets the water. Upon arrival at this location, fans should pull out their Treasure-Seeking Seelies in Genshin Impact to reveal the search area, which is designated by an orange circle.
Genshin Impact players should now move around within this circle, keeping their eyes peeled for beams of light that are emanating from the ground. In total, there are five of these markers in treasure area 10, and fans should interact with each of them to dig up all of Cape Oath’s Iron Coins. For full clarity, here is a video that highlights the precise position of every beam of light in treasure area 10, and players that reference it should be able to finish their hunts fairly quickly.
To note, some fans report that they are currently unable to see all of the markers in treasure area 10, and indeed this issue is preventing them from collecting all the Iron Coins contained within. It is further indicated that repeatedly restarting the game can occasionally correct this problem, and players that are experiencing it may thus want to give that approach a try. However, this does not appear to be a guaranteed fix, and some fans may simply need to give up on treasure area 10 at a certain point.
Fortunately, there are many other treasure areas in Genshin Impact, and players that visit them all should be able to accumulate plenty of Iron Coins. Then, once they have a stockpile, they can exchange those Coins for the various Lost Riches event rewards, which include Hero’s Wits, Mora, Mystic Enhancement Ores, and Primogems. They can also use them to buy one of three Mini Seelies, each of which costs 280 Iron Coins.
Genshin Impact is available now on Mobile, PC, and PS4, and is currently in development for PS5 and Switch.