10 tips and tricks to help you start fighting in Samurai Warriors 5
Samurai Warriors 5 Coming to Xbox One consoles today (playable on Xbox Series X | S via backward compatibility). But since the series has not been seen on any Xbox system since Samurai Warriors 2 in 2006, we wanted to provide beginners with a quick guide to mastering the world of Musou games. Here are 10 tips to get you started …
Let’s get to the basics
The most basic way to deal with hundreds of oncoming enemies is to hit them all at once with a giant sweeping motion. When you start to play and you come across a horde rushing in your direction, press the attack button at least three times before unleashing the largest charge attack (known as Power Attack in the game). This normal-normal-normal charge combo works to attack many enemies at once, helping to clear the way for the next group of soldiers.
It takes two
Nobunaga and Mitsuhide are the two main characters that appear in Samurai Warriors 5, and therefore should be everyone’s first priority when it comes to training and upgrading characters. The faster you can reach higher ranks for Nobunaga and Mitsuhide, the easier your life will be when it comes to fighting some of the toughest battles in the game.
Stunned enemies are left vulnerable to larger combo attacks, and this is especially important when fighting enemy warlords who are ready and waiting to strike back with counterattacks. Depending on the weapon employed, most fighters can stun opponents with a combo of 2 regular attacks followed by a Power Attack. Once stunned, proceed with more powerful attacks to take down the warlord without fear of countermeasures.
Why can not we Be Friends?
In Citadel mode, you can use different troops to defend yourself against invading enemies. As the characters fight together, their friendship level will increase. Once their friendship level reaches the maximum, you will be able to see special scenes that do not appear in the normal story mode (Musou).
Ultimate skills to pay bills
If you want to play like a pro, master the art known as Ultimate Skills. Four types Ultimate Skills can be equipped at any time, from Recovery (recharges Musou gauge) to Avalanche that sends a giant spear to the ground in a giant shockwave to stun all nearby enemies. Master these ultimate skills to achieve better combos and destroy enemy units in the most flashy and dazzling way possible.
Time to get excited (r)
Hyper Attacks allow you to gather your enemies in one place and then follow up with a standard attack and a devastating power attack. This allows you to experience the thrill of defeating a large number of enemies at once, while continuing with your combo. Your character will also receive a strength boost as your combo counter increases.
I have the power
By equipping a weapon that your character is proficient with, some Power Attacks will turn into a unique Power Attack. Since this is a very strong attack, characters who learn their unique power attack sooner will be much easier to use.
There are some enemies that can be more easily defeated with specific ultimate abilities. By using the correct ultimate against the correct enemy, you can defeat them in one hit, the amount of time until you can use your next ultimate decreases, and the amount of gold they drop increases.
You can efficiently strengthen your characters using the rewards you receive from battles, such as Stock EXP and Stock Weapon Mastery. As soon as you gain access to a new character, you need to head to the Dojo and start strengthening it!
Try to focus on acquiring skills for your characters that increase their Musou Meter. This will allow you to freely use your powerful Musou Frenzy Attack and allow your character’s weapon to activate its elemental effects, making you a much greater threat on the battlefield!
As part of a limited-time free bonus, players who purchase Samurai Warriors 5 You will be able to download the Samurai Warriors Costume Set, which includes new outfits for Nobunaga Oda and Misuhide Akechi. To redeem, the limited-time bonus must be downloaded by August 9.