'Final Fantasy XV' Cheats, Tips & Tricks: How To Earn More Points In Combat; Which of Noctis' Allies Should You Upgrade First?
Square Enix's "Final Fantasy XV" has finally launched, and fans all over the world are psyched to finally get their hands on the culmination of a decade-long effort to bring the franchise together. But now that Noctis, Promptus, Ignis and Gladiolus are off to their adventures and journeys, for sure players are interested in finding out how to best win "Final Fantasy XV"-- with a little help from the internet, no less.
Given that, how can they better strategize in the game? Here's a roundup of must-know "Final Fantasy XV" cheats, tips and tricks, hacks, strategies, secrets and more to get ahead of the pack.
Tips for combat
A lot of "Final Fantasy XV" fun is focused solely on combat, so it's helpful to know tips and tricks that would best save players' lives so as not to waste hours and hours of gaming efforts. For one, it's important to keep an eye out for MP, because once that falls to zero, Noctis falls into a stasis that renders him incapable of attacking--but he can still warp away from enemies. It's also important to quickly learn the ability Analyze, which can be acquired in the Ascension grid, and allows you to view enemy weaknesses, according to NowLoading.
Empowering to your allies
While it may also be in your interests to think of your own strategy in coming after enemies, sometimes one of Noctis' allies will come up with their own plan of execution to win. If you choose to follow that plan, "Final Fantasy XV" will award you with AP. It's also important to level up their abilities and skills. Ignis, in particular, should be of high priority, because he has the ability to heal the party using his Regroup move, according to Venture Beat.
Leveling money, earning points
One tip and trick to earning fast money in "Final Fantasy XV" is selling off items. Players tend to hoard items and armor, but Noctis and friends usually come by bigger and better items as they go along with their journey, so it's almost always never a huge loss. Also rest at hotels after battles that don't replenish experience points, as these places multiply EXP twice, as compared to motels (1.5x).