Tunic beginner’s guide, tips, and tricks
Sayo is an adventure game with a cute fox, but don’t be fooled by the cartoon images and bright colors because there are many challenges waiting for you. here is our Sayo A beginner’s guide to help you survive, explore, and fight on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Steam, and Xbox Game Pass.
Stamina is key: dodge, block, run, and block
At the beginning of your adventure in Sayoyou only have to worry about two resource bars: health (pink/red) and stamina (green). With the latter, it will slowly wear out Evade (by pressing A on an Xbox controller) or when Block attacks with a shield (RT).
When it is almost depleted, the stamina bar will flash red. Your character can only jump and takes more damage from hits. If you must avoid dating, you can Hold A to run.
Since we’re also talking about general combat mechanics, you’ll see a button above the enemies’ heads. You could Press LT to lock so that you can work towards specific goals.
you can activate security mode Y No stamina restrictions from the Accessibility panel. This will prevent your character from losing HP and stamina.
Use potions and equip tools.
Your health is restored every time you interact with shrines (more on shrines later) as well as when you use potions.
Obtaining full potion bottles grants you a single charge. During this time, broken (potion shards) must be collected. You could Purchase three potion shards for an additional fee. Interacting with shrines will also refresh all charges.
When it comes to your gear, you can see the items you’ve picked up by pressing LB. At the bottom of the selection you will see weapons and tools that you can equip. Simply press X, Y, or B when those items are highlighted to assign a button.
Study the instructions on the robe and the world map.
Sayo draws inspiration from both The Legend of Zelda and FromSoftware’s Dark Souls franchises blood borne Y elden ring. This becomes more pronounced the further you explore, when the action begins simply enough, but you find that a lot of the information remains encrypted.
For example, the glowing crystals you collect are pages of a Manual. Many of its pages are incomplete and even the item descriptions are indecipherable. Luckily, as you progress, clues will be revealed such as: outer world map. Although it shows a 2D representation of the game world, it can guide you to new locations and your next destination. You can also press A to zoom in.
Use shrines, teleporters and telescopes.
SayoAreas often have multiple shrines. If you have ever played FromSoftware games including elden ring, then you can think of them as bonfires or sanctuaries. You’ll replenish your HP and potion vials, but enemies will also respawn.
The teleporters are the large golden squares on a raised platform. If you step on it, nothing happens. However, if you hold down the A button, you will be transported to another realm. There you will find more teleporters that you can access.
Finally, you can interact with telescopes to get a clear view of an area. You will see several enemies and possibly some chests as well. An important tidbit here is to look for hidden corners, ledges, or paths if you want to delve deeper into another area.
Look for hidden paths and mystery doors.
Speaking of hidden trails, be sure to check out the location of the land. For example, there is a shrine in front of the Sealed Temple in the first area of the game, your first instinct might be to head down the steps to cross the bridge only to find the path blocked. However, if you look at the waterfall from the side, you can pass through a hidden corner below that will lead you to the western part of this area.
Also keep an eye out for puzzle doors. These look like gray murals with strange symbols on them. The idea is to use your controller’s D-Pad to press the correct buttons.
You can see an example above where we mark the starting point on the left side of the mural. All you have to do is press up, right, down, left, down and right on the directional pad to open the door.
Coins: Purchase from merchant, death and lost coin
You can accumulate coins in it Sayo Break items like vases, open certain chests, and defeat monsters. The currency is used to buy items from the merchant. A trading post early in the game is the Windmill, located west of the Sealed Temple.
Of course, since there are challenges along the way, your character could die. In this case, you lose all the coins you have and respawn at the nearest shrine.
As in the FromSoftware games, you must return to the place where you died. Your character’s spirit will be there, and pressing the A button will restore your coins and also trigger an explosion that will damage nearby enemies.
Source : polygon.com