Path To Nowhere Hypercubes: How To Farm Faster

Learn about how hypercubes operates and the various ways that you can increase your count!

Path To Nowhere runs on the main system of hypercubes, which are used to summon most sinners, and farming them can be quite the menace.

Key Highlights
  • Hypercubes are the currency that you use in order to drive players as well as to summon a Sinner.
  • If you farm a large number of Hypercubes you will be able to summon any sinner you desire.
  • That is why it is extremely important to know how to farm hypercubes.
  • The best way for you to farm hypercubes is through missions, stories, and much more.
  • If you were to not have hypercubes you will not be able to arrest sinners which is a major part of the game.

Stages 

Path To Nowhere Chapters
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Players can obtain hypercubes by clearing the game’s main content in Discity. There are 8+ chapters, each offering multiple stages. Completing these stages through regular missions, including defeating enemies, yields 35 hypercubes per stage. Additionally, special missions grant another 35 hypercubes.

For example, clearing stages 1-1 to 1-9 in Chapter 1 awards 70 x 9 hypercubes for that chapter alone. In the middle of each story stage, SD-10x side-stories provide 35 hypercubes on the first completion.

At each chapter’s end, players can access a “Re-x” for a chapter recap and ending, earning 35 hypercubes. The same method applies to all story chapters.

Bureau 

Path To Nowhere Bureau
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Moving on, let’s take a look at the bureau and how it can provide even more hypercubes for players like us! 

Libram 

Path To Nowhere Libram
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If you head over to the archives tab, you will be able to enter the libram area, which will present the player with 7 classes, ranging from violence, love, greed, treachery, limbo, anger, and heresy.

  • Violence class will provide players with 100 hypercubes upon reaching 500 soul chimes. 
  • 500 soul chime will grant players 100 hypercubes in the love class. 
  • The same can be said for all the other classes, where they all will provide players with a total of 100 hypercubes upon reaching 500 soulchime. 

Other than that, for each unit that you unlock in the libram, you will be able also to gain 20 hypercubes per sinner!

Interrogation 

Next up, when you are done taking your hypercubes from the libram, make your way over to the Interrogation center, and you will be able to find a few sinners lined up there. They will range from ariel, countless Chelsea, hella, wendy, ninety-nine, Anne, Sumire, roulecca, cinnabar, and more as you unlock them. 

If you click on each sinner’s interrogation file, then it will open up an interrogation letter, and you will be able to expend an identity investigation record once you are done interrogating the sinner; your rewards will grant you a total of 50 hypercubes. 

So for a total of 9 sinners that you might have unlocked the interrogation for, you will be able to gain 50 x 9 total hypercubes. 

Sinners 

Path To Nowhere Sinner
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Let’s talk about sinners and how to maximize hypercube farming. Clicking on any sinner and going to the promote tab reveals three promotion phases for each sinner.

Each phase raises the level cap: phase one boosts it from 20 to 40, phase two from 40 to 70, and phase three unlocks leveling up to 90.

For each phase, you receive hypercubes: phase one grants 40, phase two yields 60, and phase three rewards 80.

These numbers represent rewards for one sinner. There are 45 sinners in the game now, and more are on the way. With dedication and efficient play, you can accumulate over 8,100 hypercubes, though it’s not advisable as it can lead to player burnout.

Surveillance 

Path To Nowhere Surveillance Order
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  • Players can farm hypercubes via PTN’s “Surveillance Order” battle pass, which has 60 levels achieved through various tasks.
  • Daily missions involve spending 300 stamina, oblivion pits, dispatching characters, secret society donations, and stormy memories.
  • Weekly missions include buying items, claiming rewards, spending 1000 stamina, participating in broken frontlines (3 and 9 times), and completing oblivion pits.
  • Unlocking the advanced Surveillance Order at level 60 provides extra rewards.
  • At Surveillance level 30, you receive a basic warrant in the regular order and, with the advanced order, an additional warrant and 200 hypercubes.
  • At level 50, you get a basic warrant, another warrant, and 680 hypercubes through the advanced order.

Operation Summary 

Path To Nowhere Operation Summary
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Yet another way that you will be able to gain some extra hypercubes will be by progressing through the main storyline and checking off the operation summary

The operation summary is meant to be a checklist that helps absolute beginners progress further, and it rewards players with each mission they can complete. Let’s take a look at the rewards given with each operation summary chapter! 

With chapter one, there will be a few missions that players will need to complete, which will range from: 

  • Complete the Side story level SD-101, granting you 10 low-level supply chests. 
  • Complete side story level SD-102 will give players yet another 10 low-level supply chests. 
  • Complete side Story level SD-103 will also give you 10 more of these chests. 
  • Complete main story level re1-9 will give you more rewards. 
  • Completing Mz–01 will give players another 10 chests for low-level supplies. 
  • Completing cleansing operations G-01 will give players 3000 discoins. 
  • Completing the cleaning operation C-01 will give you 3000 mania essence, and completing the entire chapter will grant you 5000 mania essence, 5000 discoins, 20 phases one elemental particle supply chests, as well as 200 hypercubes

With chapter 2, players can go even further and gain rewards for doing missions. These missions will include the of: 

  • Automate one production building
  • Management center reaches level 2
  • Complete main story level re2-3
  • Complete maze level mz-02
  • Complete main story level re-2-12
  • Complete cleansing operation G-02
  • Complete cleansing operation C-02
  • Complete oblivion pit 01- limbo resonance
  • Complete any 1 level with a chief skill which is a dark sound
  • Complete any one level with chief skill empower
  • Complete any level with heal chief skill which completes all chapters and gives players 8000 amnia essence, 8000 discoins as well as 20 phase one elemental particle supply chests, as well as 200 hypercubes

When it comes to chapter 3, will also contain missions like: 

  • Complete main story level 3-2
  • Management center reaches lv-3
  • Complete oblivion pit 02- death by sand
  • Reach 100000 in the broken frontline with low-risk area
  • Complete 2 levels with ignite skill. 
  • Complete maze level mz-03
  • Complete main story level re3-3
  • Complete main story 3-1 with ignite skill
  • Complete any parma ruins 5 times which grants players 10000 mania essence, 10000 discoins, 20 phases, 2 elemental fluid supply chests, as well as 200 hypercubes

Like that, all other chapters will also give players other upgrade supplies, mania essence, ample discounts go by, as well as 200 hypercubes anytime they manage to complete all story missions. 

Events 

Another way that you can get hypercubes is by doing the events that end up rolling around one patch or the next. Typically, with each patch comes a few events that allow f20 players to farm hypercubes and save up for their favorite units! 

Suspect Pursuit 

One of the newest events that are currently going on (as of Nov 22) is known as Suspect Pursuit

One of the events will feature a sinner that is known as Summer, which is currently on the rate-up banner. Her event will involve her test run and beating enemies, and after getting done with it, players can gain a total of 30 hypercubes. 

With that, four other sinners will also have their suspect pursuits, one of them being Zoya, a fury unit which is also on a rate-up, and completing her pursuit will also give players 30 hypercubes. However, completing Ariel, Chelsea, and Ninety-Nine’s pursuits will grant players 10 hypercubes. 

The events involve placing the characters meticulously, and then waves of enemies keep following you, and you need to make sure that the chief (you) does not end up losing even one SAN. 

Dis Jackpot 

Path To Nowhere Dis Jackpot
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Now, newer players will be able to gain access to Dis Jackpot pretty early on since it entails players being able to progress by leveling up and then gaining rewards. 

Now, we have to admit that this event is not for f2p players, as you need to pay 20 dollars to get the hypercube rewards. 

  • Level 5 gets players 400 cubes.
  • Level 10 gets players 400 hypercubes
  • Level 15 gets you a total of 500 hypercubes
  • Level 20 gets you 500 cubes
  • Level 25 gets players 600 hypercubes
  • Level 30 gets players 600 hypercubes. 
  • Level 35 will gain players 600 hypercubes. 
  • Level 40 will give you 800 hypercubes
  • Level 42 gets you 800 cubes
  • Level 44 will reward you with 800 more
  • Level 46 will grant players a total of 1000 cubes
  • Level 48 will give you 1000 hypercubes 
  • Level 50 will get players a total of 50 hypercubes. 

Pre Registration Event 

Last but not least, players will be able to gain access to the pre-registration rewards pretty early on since PTN was able to reach 2M+ pre-registrations. 

1M preregistrations granted players 280 hypercubes, while 1.5 million gave them 360, and so did 2M. 

Getting Nox Event 

Path To Nowhere Getting Nox Event
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Another way that you can surprisingly get hypercubes is by striving to complete the event that is presented at the start of the game to players! 

Essentially, it is an important event that eventually leads players to get Nox, who is known to be a fury role sinner that can act as a DPS unit and can help players fight enemies head-on when facing them in combat. She is also known to be incredibly strong, which makes her one of the most f2p-friendly units if you can get her. 

The event will be a 7-day event, and each day will have various missions that will get players something known as imprint points, and after the 7th day, players should have 65 imprints lined up if they want to get Nox. 

These missions will also include a few that can reward players with hypercubes; one of them will be to create your own secret society, which will grant players a total of 60 hypercubes. Similarly, day five will have a mission like that too, where players need to deal with a total of 20 supervision incidents to gain 80 hypercubes, while for day seven you will need to take your management center to level 6 to get 100 hypercubes. 

Achievements 

Path To Nowhere Achievements
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If you aren’t already familiar, achievements play a really crucial part in PTN, especially since it allows players to get even further in the game and helps motivate them even more. 

In order to access your achievement center, go over to the top left, where it states your current level, and from there, the third option will be known as achievements, and you can click on it to see your achievements. 

These will be split off into four different sections, known as bureau saga, archives Zero, ripples of the void, as well as the echoes from the abyss. 

The bureau saga will have various achievements that you can complete, such as: 

  • Induction commemoration: being in office for a total of 100 days, and it will give you 50 hypercubes. 
  • Power of money: you need to have 1000000 discoins to get 5 hypercubes
  • Power and duties VI: chief needs to reach level 45, which will grant the player a total of 15 hypercubes. 
  • Reins of Power II: you need to unlock 5 total chief potestas during which you will gain 20 hypercubes. 

Similarly, you are able to also ascertain hypercubes from archive zero, which will include a few like: 

  • Heart of violence: librance violence fully recorded, which gives you 50 hypercubes. 
  • One is all: collect all available sinners from the first batch, which will grant players a total of 100 hypercubes. 
  • Maximum level alert: detain 5 s-tier sinners to get 30 hypercubes and more. 

Other than that, the Echoes from the abyss will also allow you to grind hypercubes when you complete abyss, while the ripples of the void will also be able to hand over quite a nice selection of hypercubes to players by accomplishing missions there. 

Mail 

Path To Nowhere Mail
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Another way that you can go for is simply by waiting. The mail is simply a mailbox that is provided by Path To Nowhere to include announcements, update patches, and compensations. 

These compensations will be the main source of hypercubes from the mail itself for the chief, as compensations like system updates, character bugs, birthdays, new events, and more can have an x number of hypercubes attached to them. 

As seen from the image above, the description of the crimebrand was bugged, therefore, when it was corrected, 100 hypercubes were provided to the chief. Just like that, more hypercubes can be compensated for solving various different error issues by the game itself!

14-Day Sign-In Event 

Path To Nowhere 14 Day Login Event
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Next up, for players that intend to stay here for r long time, and as beginners, you will have the opportunity to log in for 14 days in total, of which you will be able to gain precious rewards. These rewards will include that crime brand packs, memory fragments, skill modules, discoins, and a special sign-in chest when you login consistently on day 14. 

For day 8, as well as day 13, you will be able to gain 200 and 300 hypercubes, respectively. 

Summary

And there we have it! These are some of the biggest as well as smaller ways that you can gain hypercubes, and with that, we will wrap up our Path To Nowhere Hypercubes guide! 

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