Players can use these techniques to complete The Stagger Effect Pt. 3 and earn the Staggering Feat trophy in Final Fantasy 7 Remake.
As players progress through Chadley‘s battle intel reports in Final Fantasy 7 Remake, they will eventually gain access to one called The Stagger Effect Pt. 3. This report asks players to increase stagger damage bonus to 200%, and indeed some fans may find executing this quite challenging. Fortunately, it is relatively easy to raise stagger to 200% and complete Final Fantasy 7 Remake‘s The Stagger Effect Pt. 3 with just a little bit of instruction.
To increase stagger damage bonus to 200% in Final Fantasy 7 Remake, players should start by selecting the Fat Chocobo from Chadley’s VR Missions. Indeed, this enemy is the perfect target for completing the Stagger Effect Pt. 3, and once players enter the battle with the Fat Chocobo they should take control of Tifa.
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Now, fans can work towards staggering the Fat Chocobo, and just before the stagger occurs they should use Tifa‘s Unbridled Strength skill to power up her unique ability. Then once the foe is staggered, FF7 Remake players should simply use her unique ability repeatedly, which is done by continuously pressing triangle, to raise the stagger damage bonus past the standard 160%.
In no time at all, fans that use this method should find that they have increased the stagger damage bonus to 200% in FF7 Remake and completed The Stagger Effect Pt. 3. At that point, they may have their sights set on raising the stagger damage bonus to 300% in order to obtain the Staggering Feat Final Fantasy 7 Remake trophy, and indeed that is a bit more challenging.
Again, players should take control of Tifa in a battle against the Fat Chocobo, and they should use Unbridled Strength twice to upgrade her unique ability to Rise and Fall when the enemy’s stagger bar is at around 50%. As soon as the Fat Chocobo is staggered, players should immediately use Rise and Fall, Omnistrike, and Whirling Uppercut. They should then promptly execute two more Unbridled Strengths and spam Tifa’s triangle ability, refreshing Unbridled Strength when possible, to reach 300% stagger bonus.
If a player finds that they are killing the Fat Chocobo before they have a chance to reach 300% stagger damage bonus in Final Fantasy 7 Remake, there is the option of putting the game on a higher difficulty. Alternatively, FF7 Remake fans can simply equip their party members with low-damage weapons, and this should eliminate the problem.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake is out now for PS4.
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