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Xenoblade Chronicles: How to Revive party members

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2020-06-01 09:48:31


Guide to Reviving party members in Xenoblade Chronicles

  The new remake of Xenoblade Chronicles for the Nintendo Switch with an improved edition of the game and its mechanics will remain the same. Here's how to revive party members in Xenoblade Chronicles.

With the same companions you advance through the story with new adventures and battles, you will inevitably find yourself with quite unpleasant combat situations that will make the members of your group pass out. So we will teach you how to revive your companions in those emergency cases.
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    How to revive party members in Xenoblade Chronicles?


    If you want to revive a teammate in the game, you will need to go to their body and press the B button. But you should know that you will also need to spend one bar of the party indicator to achieve this and that party indicator is the blue bar indicated in the upper left corner of the screen, and it will slowly build up as you make more attacks in battle.

    An example of this action is when you want to inflict Break on an enemy and have a party member follow up with an Art that requires Break's distress, this will help increase the gauge.

    You also need this bar when you want to carry out joint attacks to defeat the enemy. So by reviving a teammate, you will sacrifice a group gauge bar, which can limit you on the number of combos you can do in battle.

    The good thing is that, once revived, they are a great support in the fight against the enemy.

     With this mentioned on How to revive teammates in Xenoblade Chronicles you will be able to last longer in battles and thus have a better chance of winning.








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