How to get and find Gold in Roblox The Survival Game

Roblox The Survival Game Gold

Gold is one of many resources scattered throughout the map in Roblox The Survival Game. Check out this guide if you’re having trouble finding it.

Where to find Gold in Roblox The Survival Game

Gold is used to craft coins, which can then be spent at the newly spawned Merchants across the map. These will grant you access to various resources, armor, and weapons. To obtain them, you must travel to specific locations where ore spawns, which are scattered across the map. You will want to upgrade your pickaxe to at least copper because mining will take an eternity without it.

While gold can be found in a variety of locations, the cave behind the waterfall is one of the best. This is found in the jungle biome, near the large Moai statue. Simply jump into the water and swim under the waterfall and into the cave.

Continue running through the entire cave while avoiding the thorny vines. You will eventually reach an open area with a land bridge surrounded on both sides by water. At the end of this zone are two Gold ore spawn locations. 

Most resources in the game respawn fairly quickly, so there’s no reason to search for more spawns. Simply stay in the area for a few minutes and they should reappear for you to mine.

That’s all there is to it when it comes to earning Gold in Roblox The Survival Game.

About Roblox

Roblox is a free-to-play game with in-game purchases available via a virtual currency known as Robux. Roblox had over 164 million monthly active users as of August 2020, including more than half of all American children under the age of 16. Although Roblox has received generally positive reviews from critics, it has faced criticism for its moderation and microtransactions, as well as accusations of child exploitation.

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Developer(s) Roblox Corporation
Publisher(s) Roblox Corporation
Director(s) David Baszucki, Erik Cassel
Platform(s) Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, Xbox One
Release Windows (September 1, 2006)
iOS (December 11, 2012)
Android (July 16, 2014)
Xbox One (November 20, 2015)
Genre(s) Game creation system, massively multiplayer online
Mode(s) Single-player, multi-player