Xenoblade Chronicles 3 has an intricate party-based combat system in which you can mix and match abilities and skills to deal devastating attacks and take control of the battlefield.
Every class in Xenoblade Chronicles 3 offers different combat opportunities. Every class also has these unique abilities called Arts. Arts in Xenoblade Chronicles 3 are unique offensive and defensive abilities that can have devastating effects on enemies.
Here's everything you need to know about Arts in Xenoblade Chronicles 3, including a complete breakdown of all the different types of Arts.
Everything you need to about Arts in Xenoblade Chronicles 3
There are five types of Arts in Xenoblade Chronicles 3.
- Combat Arts
- Talent Arts
- Master Arts
- Fusion Arts
- Ouroboros Arts
Different Arts in Xenoblade Chronicles 3
Combat Arts are offensive skills that buff your attacks and deal increased damage. Some Combat Arts also produce devastating effects that can Topple or Daze the enemy, making them vulnerable to your attacks.
Talent Arts are special moves that activate once the Arts meter is fully charged. There are various ways to fill your Arts meter.
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For example, dodging enemy attacks or dealing damage to their specific body parts will fill up the Arts meter rather quickly.
Master Arts are skills that are unlocked once you have maxed out your class. These are not class-specific, so you can mix and match class Arts to create an extremely powerful hybrid character.
As the name suggests, Fusion Arts allow you to combine two Arts for devastating outcomes. You can mix a Master Art with the Art of your currently equipped class.
However, there are limitations as you can't mix a Master class of the same nation as your currently equipped class.
Ouroboros are special forms created by combining two party members to deal massive damage. While extremely powerful on its own, Ouroboros become more lethal when combined with Ouroboros Arts.
Similar to Talent Arts, you have to charge Ouroboros Arts to use them on the battlefield.
That's everything you need to know about Arts in Xenoblade Chronicles 3.
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