Throne of the Chosen: List of Redeem Codes and How To Find More of Them

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Throne of the Chosen is a new RPG for the iOS and Android platforms featuring royalty, romance, and empire building. Your goal is to manage your kingdom and consolidate your power, as well as make a new mistresses into your consorts and to grow your influence.

There are many ways to earn rewards in this game, but one way to get free stuff is from the redemption codes that the developer gives out. These codes can be redeemed and exchanged for free prizes and gifts, and are released for many purposes, including promotional purposes or as rewards for player loyalty.

Read on for a list of redemption codes, how to redeem them, and how to find more of them in Throne of the Chosen!

To redeem these codes, you have to go through the tutorial first, so that you can tap wherever you want. Once you are able to tap anything that you choose, tap on the settings cog, which is located in the lower right corner of the screen.

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After you do that, there will be a button that says “redeem code“. Enter your code by typing it or by copying it from another source, then confirm it and you will get your free prize. You can use as many different codes as you want, but you can only use each individual code one time a piece.

So where do you go about finding codes? Social media is the best place to start looking, beginning with the official Facebook page for the game. Scroll through the feed to see if any posts and pictures have been added to the page containing codes. Be sure to also subscribe to the page, so that you can instantly find any future codes.

Look on any other social media page that you can find, such as Twitter, VK, Instagram, TikTok, Chinese social media websites, and more, and look for an official developer page. Developers will often post a code on one page but not on any of the others. You also have a good shot at finding game discussions on the feed, which can often culminate in codes being posted.

Check the Subreddit for this game for active player discussion. This is where most players are going to go first when they discover new codes, so that they can share them, so look for any thread containing codes that anybody has posted. If you have codes that you don’t see posted, then be sure to share them.

Twitch and YouTube are excellent sources because these are the two most likely places to find videos and streams about games, including this one. Streamers and Youtubers often get codes before anybody else does, so that they can share them with their fan base, so look for streams and videos that contain codes so that you can benefit from this arrangement.

Be sure to check the review page on whatever App Store you downloaded the game from, because occasionally players will add codes as part of the review that they post. Even if you don’t see any codes posted, be sure to add a review that contains codes.

You can also check the opposite App Store by navigating to the download page using your browser. You can still read all of the reviews that you would be able to if you used that platform, but you won’t be able to add a review of your own.

As of right now, no codes have been shared yet for Throne of the Chosen. This is to be expected, because this game is brand new, but as the game gets older, codes will be shared, so keep checking back to this article, because we are constantly checking our sources and will post codes as soon as we find them!

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