Like every game in the series, Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is based on combat. In a world at war, everyone knows how to fight, and you’ll have plenty of enemies. One of the main elements of combat in Xenoblade 3 is art combos. Art combos allow you to effectively chain multiple arts together to do more damage with more speed. Here’s how to perform art combos in Xenoblade Chronicles 3.
What is an art combo in Xenoblade Chronicles 3?
The art combo in Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is when you land certain art on the enemy one by one in a certain order. For example, a scrap art may be followed by a roll art and then a daze art. These arts do damage on their own, but not too much damage. If you chain them together, a Break attack will lower your opponent’s defense, then a Topple attack will make him fall, and finally a Daze effect will lock him in place for a few seconds.
Performing these combos is pretty easy once you get the hang of them. All you have to do is start the combo with art, applying status. You can then chain other arts on top of the first and create different combos. Some combos stun enemies, while others toss them into the air to swat them again.
Combos from these arts can be performed manually or automatically with your party. Start a combo art with your character, and your party will try to perform their arts in such a way that they blend in with yours. If you prefer a more manual approach, start a combo with one character and switch to another to continue the combo with the next art.
Art combos are central to the combat scheme of Xenoblade Chronicles 3, and you should always strive to use them in combat to turn the tide. Practice makes perfect, and by the end of the game the art combos will be second nature.
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