Gods Eater Burst – Tips and Tricks for Getting Started

Before you play the Gods Eater Burst game, you will definitely want to know these simple but useful tips and tricks. If you have any tips feel free to share with us!

Things to Know Before Playing

  • If you go to the monitors and check the database you can see lots of information. There is even a “salvageable material list” that tells you where you can get what from where. Really helpful if you need to get items found on the field.
  • Also if you read the details of a mission they will usually tell you what kind of weapon to take (pierce, crush, sunder, blaze, spark, holy, or freeze). These help a lot in the beginning, but later you will need to go into the database to see what aragami are weak to what and use your judgement on what to take.
  • If you go into your items (on the monitor) and go into exchange you will see that you can make better health vials and things like that, and this list will get bigger the more you collect stuff. You will also be able to exchange lesser parts of aragami for rarer items, just in case you don’t feel like grinding.
  • For multiplayer if you are farther into the story than a friend, you won’t be able to do your missions, because you will only be able to choose from what your friend can play.
  • If you do play with friend, always share your aragami bullets. Your friends will get super buffs (attack up, defense up, attack speed up), and they will have a super bullet that does a ton of damage. Aragami bullets stack up to three times per person.
  • If you go into your room and use the monitor you get an option of either opening the standard screen or another screen that has videos/cutscenes and loads of other information and tips.
  • Aragami have three break points, and they change with each subclass. Examples: Vajra’s break points are on its tail, claws, head, but later versions will have the break points on its cape or shoulders. Also, certain areas of an aragami are weaker than other. The weakest parts of a Vajra is its tail, then its head, and finally its claws, and certain areas are weaker to one form of attack than the other (e.g., Sunder, crush, pierce).
  • The bigger the shield the slower it is to guard with it. Typically you want to stick to the medium-sized shield, but if you are using a heavy blade you can use the heavy shield and not have to worry about how slow it is to guard thanks to the quick guard ability the heavy blade has.
  • Also, always try to guard, always. If you think an attack’s going to hit you, don’t try to dodge it, guard. You will take way less damage if you do.

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