In this Final Fantasy 15 cheats, tips and exploits guide:
• How to get an infinite sprint and a visible stamina bar
• How to get powerful accessories early by playing the “Justice Monsters Five” minigame
• How to the get Noctis’ Ultima Blade weapon in Chapter 3
• How to get 600,000-plus experience points in Chapter 3
• How to avoid unwanted nighttime battles if you’re driving in the Regalia
• How to make 500,000 gil per hour by playing “Justice Monsters Five”
• How to get Aranea Highwind in your party permanently
• How to get infinite health and mana regen utilizing Point-Warping and follow-up strikes
• How to level up your party skills quickly in Final Fantasy 15
• More Final Fantasy 15 news, updates, tips and tricks
Looking for Final Fantasy 15 cheats, tips, tricks, secrets and glitches to help you run through the game faster? You’ve come to the right place.
Starting a new JRPG — a Japanese role-playing game — is always a harrowing experience. Once you get about 10 hours in, you start getting the nagging suspicion that things aren’t going quite as easily for you as they could be, and once you start poking around on the internet for tips, those suspicions are confirmed: You’ve been doing things sub-optimally, wasting precious man-hours.
Final Fantasy 15, Square Enix’s bromantic new glamping-road-trip-with-crystals simulator, is a perfect example. so you really don’t have time to dilly-dally if you’re looking to make the most of Noctis Lucis Caelum and his friends-slash-bodyguards’ quest to restore their kingdom.
We’ve compiled a great list of tips, tricks and, yes, even glitches to help you get the most out of your experience while exploring the world of Eos.
Final Fantasy 15 tips and tricks: How to get an infinite sprint and a visible stamina bar
In Final Fantasy 15, your main character, Noct, can sprint to objectives while traversing the world map, but his ability to do so is usually limited by a stamina bar (the display is turned off by default in the game’s settings). which toggles the display for Noct’s stamina gauge.
Additionally, Mashable discovered that if you enable the stamina bar’s display in the options,
The timing will be a little tricky to get the hang of at first, but once you’ve got it down, Noct and company will be running all over Eos like champion athletes, albeit ones wearing designer boots. You can also keep the stamina bar disabled and eyeball the proper timing through Noct’s body language if you don’t want your view of Eos sullied by a green bar.
Final Fantasy 15 tips and tricks: How to get powerful accessories early by playing the “Justice Monsters Five” minigame
Very early in Final Fantasy 15, you can find the Crow’s Nest Diner to the southwest of Hammerhead, the garage where you get the car repaired at your quest’s outset. Inside the diner, you’ll find a pinball game called “Justice Monsters Five,” and although it seems like a waste of time (and gil, the series’ currency), you can use it to get some very powerful accessories very early on if you know what you’re doing.
The rewards for this “Justice Monsters Five” cabinet Just keep in mind that you Still, not bad for something you could conceivably do as soon as you start playing the game!
Final Fantasy 15 tips and tricks: How to the get Noct’s Ultima Blade weapon in Chapter 3
If you’re familiar with Final Fantasy games, even the mention of “Ultima Weapon” should dredge up memories of hard-to-obtain endgame weapons with an amount of ostentatiousness exceeded only by their power. They usually serve as a character’s final weapon upgrade in previous Final Fantasy games. Miraculously, getting the Ultima Blade in Final Fantasy 15 is nowhere near as hard as it’s been in previous games, and can be completed as early as Chapter 3 (if you know what you’re doing).
Early on in the game, Cid Sophiar, the proprietor of Hammerhead and Cindy’s grandfather, will offer to upgrade any of your weapons if they have One of the weapons that can benefit from this is the Drain Lance you find after fighting some Magitek soldiers on the outskirts of Insomnia at the end of Chapter 1, but another is Noct’s Engine Blade.
The first item you need to get in order to upgrade the Engine Blade is a Rusted Bit. You can find these all over the world map and in dungeons, but according to Prima Games.
The second item is a Glass Gemstone, which you can get once you start Chapter 3. I
The final rare item you’ll need to turn your Engine Blade into the Ultima Blade is a Sturdy Helixhorn, which will probably require at least a little grinding in order to grab in Chapter 3. Two of the monsters you’ll fight in this hunt, Duplicorns, If you attempt this,
It’s probably best if you save before doing the hunt so you can quickly reload if the Helixhorn doesn’t drop, but the reward is well worth it: You’ll be the proud owner of the Ultima Blade, which can carry you all the way to the end of the game.
Final Fantasy 15 tips and tricks: How to get 600,000-plus experience points in Chapter 3
There is no ignoring it: being under-leveled in a video game is awful. Even worse, it can make relatively simple sections feel like torturous slogs until you go back and grind for experience, which is itself usually a torturous slog. With a little bit of preparation in Final Fantasy 15, you can grind smarter, not harder, and get about 600,000 experience in one go. That should be enough to help you avoid grinding for most (if not all) of the game.
The gist is this: The ultimate goal will be to combine these Expericast spells with a and
Once you’ve done all that prep, Camp, eat the Stacked Ham Sandwich and then while keeping your meal bonus from the Stacked Ham Sandwich.
Rinse and repeat as often as you’re able to with your food buff active. Once it does run out, You can repeat this as often as you’re able to scrounge up the gil for the hotel and the rare coins for the expericasts, which makes it a great way to level up relatively quickly.
Final Fantasy 15 tips: How to avoid unwanted nighttime battles if you’re driving in the Regalia
Nights in Eos are long and full of daemons, so it’s prudent to spend your nights in a hotel playing King’s Knight on your phone or camping in a protected area. However, if you’re dead-set on driving through the night, there is a way to avoid fighting daemons if you’re in the Regalia. According to IGN,
Final Fantasy 15 tips and tricks: How to make 500,000 gil per hour by playing “Justice Monsters Five”
Unlike in previous Final Fantasy games, you don’t get gil from random battles in Final Fantasy 15. This can make it tricky to take full advantage of the game’s many diners and hotels, which give you buffs and increase your experience gains. You’ll probably be strapped for cash for most of the game (so it goes when you’re a prince whose nation was secretly conquered when he tried to get to his wedding incognito), but eventually the game will provide you with the ability to make more gil than you’ll know what to do with.
O The goal, much like when using the “Justice Monsters Five” machine to get accessories in the Crow’s Nest Diner, is to use the middle bumper to build your prize counter, this time to 99, the max amount you can get.
Final Fantasy 15 tips and tricks: How to get Aranea Highwind in your party permanently
Once you’ve beaten the mysterious dragoon Aranea Highwind in Chapter 7, there’s a chance she’ll show up on the world map and help you out in battles. Normally, she’ll always depart after the battle is done with a pithy quip, but if you feel there’s a little too much testosterone in Noct’s retinue, you can use a glitch to get Aranea in your party permanently. Just remember to back up your saves before you do this, because this is definitely not intended by the developers.
The sequence is pretty involved, but to start You’re looking for an emerging from the ground.
Once you’ve got the Iron Giant spawning in, . Once you’re back at the Cotisse Haven camping point, head to the campfire and open up the camping menu. .
Once the morning comes after you camp, reload the autosave the game created from when you camped after watching Aranea jump out of her dropship. When you load that save file, Aranea should be standing around with the rest of your group! She’ll show up in so you’re probably best off waiting until the post-game to try this.
Final Fantasy 15 tips and tricks: How to get infinite health and mana regen utilizing Point-Warping and follow-up strikes
During combat, Noctis can take advantage of Point-Warping in order to get himself out of trouble, and certain warp points will let him hang above the battle, regenerating HP and MP at an accelerated rate. As USGamer discovered, The increased regeneration will make combat much easier and will allow you to abuse the Royal Arms, Of course it’s pretty simple to recreate, but it’s an exploit, so don’t expect to rely on it long-term since it might get patched out.
Final Fantasy 15 tips and tricks: How to max out and level up your party skills quickly
Each member of Noct’s retinue has a special skill: Prompto has photography, Ignis has cooking, Gladiolus has survival and Noctis has fishing. All of these skills gain levels as you progress through the game (with fishing and cooking requiring a little more management than the other two), but if you’re looking to level them up quickly, there are certainly ways to grind that out.
Gladiolus’s survival skill is probably the easiest to level up in the background since it gets experience for every few steps the party takes. As long as you’re not overly dependent on the Regalia or fast travel, it should level up at a fairly brisk pace. You can without relying on the Regalia or fast travel.
TJust fish as often as you can there and you should get the Ace Angler rank in no time.
Aside from finding certain photo opportunities for Prompto, he seems to take photographs completely at random. which add to the tech bar when he hits and is hit, respectively, you can farm photos in combat and (in time) make Prompto less crap at shooting film.
I Just recamp as often as you need to in order to max the skill.
More Final Fantasy 15 news, updates, tips and tricks
If you’re ready to get your on, you’ll want to read up on all of Mic’s Final Fantasy coverage. Here’s a roundup of the most mouthwatering food from Final Fantasy 15, a big list of tips and tricks, a guide to finding all the royal arms, a guide to fishing in Final Fantasy 15, a guide to changing your chocobo’s color, a guide to summoning, a review roundup from all the big gaming outlets, rumors about a PC release and Conan O’Brien’s reaction to the game on his show.