Developed by Monolith Soft and published by Nintendo, Xenoblade Chronicles is a JRPG that was originally released for the Wii a few years back. The game is finally making its debut on the Nintendo Switch with an upgraded and enhanced Definitive Edition, though most of the gameplay mechanics will remain the same. Here’s how to revive teammates in Xenoblade Chronicles.
Reviving Teammates in Xenoblade Chronicles
As you’re exploring the open world in Xenoblade Chronicles and getting into battles, you will inevitably run into pretty nasty combat situations that cause your party members to faint. When this happens, they’ll be inactive until you actually revive them.
Essentially, if you want to revive a teammate in the game, you’ll need to go to their body and press the B button. That being said, you’ll also need to expend one bar of the party gauge in order to pull this off. The party gauge is the blue bar indicated in the top left corner of the screen, and it’ll build up slowly as you pull off more attacks in battle.
For instance, inflicting Break on an enemy and having a party member follow up with an Art that requires the Break affliction will help to boost the gauge. The party gauge is also required for pulling off chained link attacks, which allows you to string together a combo of Arts among your party members to inflict large amounts of damage.
By reviving a teammate, you’ll be sacrificing one bar of the party gauge, which can limit you in the number of combos you can do in battle, but it’s usually worth it to have all party members alive at the same time.
That’s all you need to know about how to revive teammates in Xenoblade Chronicles. Be sure to search for Twinfinite for more tips and information on the game.
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