Staggering enemies in the Final Fantasy VII remake is a mechanic that lets you render your enemies helpless and open to dealing increased damage. Figuring out how to stagger enemies in Final Fantasy VII is going to make the game much more manageable, and can sometimes mean the difference between life and death. With that said, we’ll show you what you need to do in our FFVII Remake How to Stagger Enemies guide.
FFVII Remake How to Stagger Enemies
How to Stagger Enemies in Final Fantasy VII Remake?
To stagger enemies in Final Fantasy VII remake, you have to keep attacking them consistently and dealing a certain amount of damage, exploiting their weaknesses, and, in the cases of larger enemies, by cutting off pieces of them. The first step to staggering enemies is to get them to the “Pressured” state. Again, you do this by dealing a certain amount of damage, using attacks that they’re weak to, and lopping off or generally destroying bits from larger enemies.
When it comes to weaknesses, here are some examples as to what you can do. Guard Dogs are extremely susceptible to magic attacks, while sword-wielding enemies are really weak to parrying their attacks in Punisher Mode. Using these techniques is going to fill the enemy’s stagger bar pretty fast. Once you have the enemy staggered, they are wide open for attack for a short amount of time. In that time window, you can unleash whatever powerful attacks you have on hold to deal massive damage.
If you want to fill your ATB bar, you can use the character’s unique ability (Triangle) while the enemy is staggered. Also, when you stagger enemies (and take damage), you fill up your limit gauge. When that’s full, you can use limit breaks, aka absurdly powerful attacks that don’t even deplete your ATB gauge. So, yeah, there are many ups to learning how to stagger each type of enemy, so be sure to study everyone closely. Find what staggers them; it’ll always come in handy.The post FFVII Remake How to Stagger Enemies appeared first on GosuNoob.com Video Game News & Guides.