'Final Fantasy XV' Latest News & Updates: Learn The Game's Tricks For Faster Leveling, Travel & Making Money
The huge RPG "Final Fantasy XV" was released on Nov. 29 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and Square Enix recently announced that it has shipped five million copies worldwide. For players who want to explore the game and want to level-up faster, gain more experience points and making money, there are few tips that they can follow.
The more experience points that a player earns, the more it helps increase the level, which is an essential element of "Final Fantasy XV." Square Enix have also added lots of options for players to gain experience points and Venture Beat has shared the lessons and tricks that it has learned in the game.
First, "Final Fantasy XV" a players' character should keep running by jumping since the stamina bar refills while a character jumps. The stamina bar that is found in the options menu must be turned on to check how far a player can sprint.
Second, in "Final Fantasy XV," making money is not as easy as a piece of cake since players don't earn gil, which is the game's currency right after combats. However, there are many items stored in the inventory treasures category that players can sell as these items are not too useful although players should keep at least one of each item. This will help earn a lot of gil.
Third, after battles in "Final Fantasy XV," players should rest at a hotel located in a beach-side port, which gives an x2 multiplier. However, it costs 10,000 gil to stay at this hotel but this will certainly help players to level-up faster.
Fourth, in "Final Fantasy XV," players will also learn ability points to unlock inventory slots, bonuses and new moves. Give Ignis' healing abilities a priority so he can help restore everyone's health during a battle.
Fifth, if players miss out any side missions in "Final Fantasy XV," they can teleport back to the open world. Lastly, players' teleporting abilities can put them to safety since they can immediately transport to high-up points around the world.