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NEO The World Ends With You: How to Start a Chain Reaction Battle

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NEO The World Ends With You: How to Start a Chain Reaction Battle

NEO: The World Ends With You will have you fighting against enemies called Noise while trying to survive the Reapers’ Game in Shibuya’s Underground. Sometimes, it’s beneficial to take on more challenging Noise battles to earn better rewards. Here’s how to start a Chain Reaction battle in NEO: The World Ends With You.

How to Start a Chain Reaction Battle in NEO: The World Ends With You

Chain Reaction battles are ones that have you face off against multiple groups of Noise in quick succession. Usually, a single battle will end and you’ll be graded. Chain Reaction battles grade you after multiple fights in a row.

Start by scanning with R1 on PlayStation and R on Switch. Floating Noise symbols will show up, and whenever you touch one, a battle will start shortly.

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To start a Chain Reaction in NEO: TWEWY, touch multiple Noise symbols before a battle begins. The easiest way to do this is to walk near a Noise symbol to have it follow you, then continue to do this as more and more symbols trail behind you. Then, simply let them all touch you at once to start the Chain Reaction.

The number of Noise symbols you touch equals the number of rounds you’ll need to fight back to back.

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The benefit to starting a Chain Reaction is that the drop rate for the enemies will increase significantly. You’ll be rewarded with more Pins, more EXP, and more yen upon completion. However, the higher the chain, the tougher the Noise that you need to defeat.

That’s everything you need to know about how to start a Chain Reaction in NEO: The World Ends With You. Be sure to check out our guide wiki for the game to see more tips, tricks, and general info.

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