The opening hours of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice throw a whole lot of information at you, making remembering it all pretty difficult. For example, did you know that you can sprint? Also, if you’ve killed a bunch of enemies, you might have noticed that they drop a lot of loot that you don’t automatically pick up. How do you do this? We’re here to help. Here’s how to loot enemies and pick up dropped money in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.
How to Loot and Pick up Enemy Drops
The answer to how to loot enemies in Sekiro is actually pretty simple, but not something you’d think to try without some help. All you have to do is hold X on Xbox One or Square on PS4. Doing this will form a small windy tornado near you that will suck in all the nearby loot that enemies have dropped. It’s not totally clear the range this action has, so be sure to use it often, especially if you’ve killed a bunch of enemies in one area.
Thankfully the loot drops stay there for a decent amount of time, so you can always head back if you haven’t rested and remember to do it. Just run back, get into a centralized spot then hold X or Square and gather up all that sweet loot. What will you pick up? Sen or money in Sekiro terms. If you’re still in the early stages of the game then you might wonder what to do with all this money. Check out that guide for some help.
That’s how to loot enemies and pick up dropped money in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Be sure to check out our many other guides for help with the rest of Sekiro, especially all those bosses that stand in your way.