As it approaches its first year of life, the Japanese-style role-playing video game developed by Square Enix, Octopath Traveler, which is available to Nintendo Switch and PC users, is still causing some doubts among users. That is why we have decided to prepare a complete guide with various tricks and tips from Octopath Traveler.
Regardless if you are a new user or if you already have some time in Octopath Traveler, in our guide of tips and tricks, in addition to having tips and tricks, we will also give you a quick tour of the most general of Octopath Traveler, in what it consists and other details.
Tips for Beginners to Octopath Traveler
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To start with our guide of tips and tricks of Octopath Traveler, we have prepared a short but complete summary about Octopath Traveler.
Octopath Traveler is a game designed to recover nostalgic memories of the generation of 16-bit games, we have been playing Octopath Traveles for some time and we have loved it, in general the game feels very good, at least on the Switch and probably on the PC as well.
Tips and tricks from Octopath Traveler.
Despite feeling incredibly well, we have prepared a guide with some tricks and tips on Octopath Traveler for both new and veterans have better development in Octopath Traveler.
The first in our list of tricks and tips from Octopath Traveler, is that you do not trust yourself, the first impression is not always the one that counts. Here a moment you can go from a cute and simple video game, to a super complicated moment that you can think how to solve and get out of the quagmire.
Try whenever you can, have with you a load of grapes or any element that you may need at some difficult moment in Octopath Traveler.
When you start, choose a character and then find the others in the open world. You can find the other seven characters in any order and at any time, so do not worry about having to always stay with the same character.
You can see the location of all the characters, pressing the button with the minus sign on the map, and when you find one, you will have to complete your introductory mission before they start traveling with you.
While you are in the open world, combat encounters will be random, so do not expect to intercede in that because you will not be able to.
Comat in Octopath Traveler is based on turns, and you can see the order of the turns in the row at the top of the screen.
The blue numbers next to an enemy indicate how many critical attacks it will take to "Break" them and stun them during a turn.
Always try to prove all the weapons with the same enemy, that way you will realize which inflicts more damage on him and know which to discard completely.
When you enter a new area, you will see a danger level indicator in the bottom left of your screen. If this level of danger is higher than that of your characters, avoid entering because you will be in danger of death.
Always try to have healing grapes by buying them from Octopath Traveler merchants, they will help you to have a good level of health.
The green icons and the orange ones in the mini map that is in the upper right part of the screen, indicate the direction of your current main search and the others show the secondary missions respectively.
The controls of Octopath Traveler.
As part of our guide of tips and tricks for Octopath Traveler, we have prepared a guide for you so you know which button to press and what action it generates. These controls are valid for all the characters and even though they are basic, they are the ones that you will need to use more and faster.
Move - left stick.
Interact / Actions of characters and other linked settings - Y.
Map X - Button minus.
We hope that our guide of tips and tricks for Octopath Traveler will be useful the next time you go to play, and if you are a new player, we also hope that it will be very useful to start with all the irons.
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