Tips and Tricks
Immortals Fenix Rising has a lot of different things going on, and we’ve got a range of tips and tricks to help you navigate the game’s various challenges. From here, you can access a whole range of tips, depending on what you need help with.
Here at IGN, we already have a video guide on how to take out each of the enemy types you’ll encounter across Immortals Fenix Rising Key, so be sure to check that out below.
Aside from that, there are a few general tips that will help you across the whole game, not just on specific enemies.
It sounds simple, but dodging is the key to a lot of battles Feynx faces. More than that, you can unlock an ability that makes your next attack after a dodge even stronger, which can really turn the tide.
Dealing With Shield Enemies
As you go on, you’ll meet enemies who protect themselves with shields. The best way to attack these is from above or below with Godly Powers. Another trick though is to use Apollo’s Arrow and try to aim for their foot under their shields. It still does a lot of damage and is a sneaky way to get a hit in.
Speaking of, using Apollo’s Arrows slows downtime, so you can aim more precisely without worrying about being taken out. Use it to get the first hit on an enemy around a corner, or get a precision headshot when needed.
Build Up Your Stamina
A lot of your success in the game comes back to Stamina, and for combat, it’s used for Godly Powers, so you’ll want to keep clearing Vaults so it’s topped up.
Improve Your Weapons
At the Hall Of Gods, you can improve your weapons so they do more damage. As the game goes on, it’s imperative that you keep improving your ax and sword. You upgrade the weapon type (ax) rather than any specific one, so don’t worry about changing weapons as you find cooler ones.
Open World Tips
You’ll be spending a lot of time exploring the map in Immortals Fenix Rising, and aside from just surviving it (that’s more a job for Combat Tips), here’s how you can get the most out of exploration.
From each of the four statues on the map, you’ll need to scout to continue the storyline. While up here though, be sure to use Far Sight to examine the world below. Doing this will allow you to move the camera around and find all the chests, Ambrosia, and every other secret of the region.
Sometimes, you might need to glide across to ledges or platforms, but there’s always the big temptation to use gliding from a high, fast travel point to get around faster. However, doing this will skip a lot of crucial content. You’re better off going on foot, as this will let you find secrets you didn’t find when scouting, find amount, or just encounter enemies which drop important shards.
Speaking of mounts: get one. If you’re going to take the advice to avoid gliding and fast traveling, having an amount means you can travel faster while still not missing out on ground content. There is a purple unicorn in the south of Valley of the Eternal Spring, which can be found early and has three stamina bars. However, it is hard to find, so be ready to search.