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The Guardians of the Galaxy have a lot to help ease your adventure early on, but there’s still a lot to understand when it comes to fighting as Starlord and other Guardians. Now that you’ve played the entire game, here’s everything you need to know about how Guardians of the Galaxy fights, including how to get the most out of Guardians in combat and the perks to focus on.
Whether you’re facing the deadly Gelatinous Cube or the Beast of Seknarf Nine, hold down the bumper to activate Guardian Mode whenever your fellow teammates are with you. You will soon get used to it. Starlords are capable fighters, but even superheroes don’t leave their teams in the name of a solo victory. Guardian mode is a way for Starlord to command other guardians and make the most of their abilities. Some of the previous battles can be conquered alone, but Starlord will soon be overwhelmed, so ignoring Guardian mode will only defeat in tougher battles-especially the rest of the Guardian’s vanilla attacks. Is because it causes almost no damage.
Each guardian has four special abilities, each operating in a cooldown. Depending on the scenario, one or two other people will accompany Star Road, but in most cases all four will participate in the battle. Therefore, in Guardians of the Galaxy, you need to balance attacking yourself with using Guardians mode to maximize the special abilities of your allies. Working as a team is essential, so use entanglement (Groot’s crowd control ability) to lock in a large group of enemies before unleashing a Rocket Raccoon cluster flak bomb that causes decent damage to all of your impact areas. To do. Then you can finish your work with Peter Quill’s iconic blaster and pick up the rest.
As you become more proficient in attack command fighting and dishout, you can try combos and become a more efficient murder machine. Doing so builds a team momentum gauge. This is a bit like Devil May Cry’s stylish rank system. The more combos you connect together, the greater the increase. Similarly, maximizing your team can help you build momentum faster. On the contrary, it rattles the same attack over and over, and it diminishes.
Maximizing momentum gives you a short window to carry out a summons attack.These special attacks deal with many There is damage, but it can only be used against certain tougher enemies and can only be used for a limited time. Therefore, adding some variations to the movement can be rewarding, especially if you need to dominate the tricky bad guys. From fantastic to amazing, you’ll earn bonus XP, ranked according to performance and used to unlock new Guardian abilities.
Some enemies have a staggerer under their health-using certain attacks and special abilities to fill and stun it. The attacks (including those that are resistant) are then significantly enhanced for a few seconds. If you’re having a hard time staggering your enemies, make good use of Drax’s muscles. His basic ability, destruction, causes great staggering damage. Or, if you want to gain momentum, combine Drax’s Brawl Style with Starlord’s “Charged Shot” to deal physical and staggering damage at the same time.
Blasting enemies with Star-Lord’s signature element guns is satisfying, but it’s rewarding to approach and personalize with melee attacks. Crushing the Nova Police growl with a solid one-on-two combo will drop more health pickups than usual, at risk. If your opponent is vulnerable to close combat, it may be worth it. Don’t forget to mix it too. Combined with Star-Lord’s dash feature to avoid attacks, and then quickly approach the jet boost-assisted melee finisher, you’ll always smile.
If the odds are piled up against you and the momentum is running through the floor, use the Star-Lord huddle to boost your team. This powerful weapon can change the course of battle-sometimes all you need is a few words of encouragement. Like momentum, you work as a team and build huddle bars by unleashing special abilities. When it’s full, push both bumpers and time out, At that point, the Guardians get together to talk a little. But here is the interesting part. The team’s current mood determines the action needed, so if they are overly cheeky, they need to refocus their attention on the fight. Are you worried that they won’t work? Increase their self-confidence and motivate them. Before choosing a response, you will be provided with hints about the mood of your team. Choosing the “wrong” mood is not the end of the world. It just boosts Star Road, not the entire team. I certainly won. Do not get out of the hole.
Preparing for future battles is just as important as the battle itself in which the reward system works. These upgrades are exclusive to Star Road and can be unlocked on a workbench in Milan or at a specific location during your adventure. However, it’s not cheap and requires two types of crafting components. Thankfully, these are scattered at all levels, sometimes hidden, and sometimes outdoors. There is also a benefit (Component Localizer) that makes it easy to find these valuable resources.
Other perks include Air Glide, which activates Star-Lord’s Jet Boots for a limited time to easily pass enemies, and Perfect, which temporarily slows down time when you dodge enemy attacks in the last second. There is a dodge. Even better, there is no limit to the number of perks that can be active at the same time. However, it is sufficient to have the resources to unlock the perks. One of the perks worth unlocking early is the tactical scan. Press the right stick to activate it and scan nearby enemies to reveal weaknesses so you can switch tactics accordingly. For example, some enemies are vulnerable to elemental attacks, and knowing which ones to equip will make life much easier.
Element Shot is a fire mode that replaces Starlord’s already deadly Duel Blaster. There are a total of four, with the first unlocked ice shot. Great for freezing fast-moving enemies, you can approach them and crush them with melee attacks. However, not everyone can be frozen. With element shots, the element gauge will decrease over time. Then you have to wait for the element gauge to regenerate or pick up the ammo dropped by the killed enemy.
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