The return The next Hot is a PlayStation exclusive and the first ever Rugulaike with an AAA price tag. It is not for the faint of heart, however. In Return, You are trapped in an endless loop of shooting aliens and dying them badly. To get you started with the right foot, we have given nine essential tips for this. The return Beginner’s Guide.
Running off adrenaline
The return Uses a combo system known as adrenaline. For every three enemies you kill, you’ll gain another adrenaline level up to a maximum of five levels. Each level gives you different benefits, but if you take a loss you will lose everything. The first level, for example, gives you a longer window for overload – basically active reload – while level two allows you to see enemies through walls. Basically, adrenaline makes the game The return Easy, and as you will learn quickly, you will need all the help you can get.
Our tip here is simple: don’t kill. Use the start of your run to build your adrenaline on low-level enemies, and then ride that wave for as long as you can. Entering a boss fight with a full adrenaline meter is especially important, as you may not have the opportunity to make it once in the heat of the fight. Adrenaline wants to keep you alive, so use it.
Keep an eye out for secret areas and hidden chests
There are a lot of secret areas scattered through the randomly generated world Return, But they do not appear on your map, so you have to know where to look. Starting with the secret areas, you’ll find a small yellow object on the ground – it looks like an otolite pickup. If you walk on it, you will fall through the floor into a secret room. Sometimes, you will find a monster there. However, most of the time, you will get a new artwork or some consumables.
Hidden chests appear on your map, but they are locked behind a door. To unlock them, you need to find a switch and shoot it. The switches look like small orange dots, and they will turn red when you rotate your reticle over them. Shoot the switches – they are usually right by the door – to find your treasure.
Finally, there are walls that you can find even more loot. They are a bit harder to find, but otherwise spot small red spots on the inside wall. Use your melee weapon to break it.
Parasites are your friends
You can pick up parasites during your run that together give you a buff and debuff. It is one of several risk / reward systems Return, But the reward usually reduces the risk. A parasite can increase the drop rate of Oblites by damaging you for using the keys, or reduce the damage that comes while increasing your Dash Colddown. Regardless, you will rarely feel negative effects. Even better, parasites usually do not stack, so you can spread deafness with many parasites.
If you are following our previous tip, you may stumble upon an item that actually enhances the positive benefits of parasites, so they are worth taking.
They are not bad as sound
Malfunction is another risk / reward system Return. Some chests and items will be irretrievable, meaning there is a certain chance that if you interact with them you will get a malfunction of the suit. The malfunction does not go away until you meet certain requirements – for example killing a certain number of enemies or opening a chest – and this negatively affects your stats and / or abilities. Malformations are much worse than parasites, but you can get rid of them without too many problems.
Every incurable object has a chance of causing a defect, but based on our experience, it doesn’t really matter. When you pick up a fatal item, you should expect a malfunction. If the idea of a debuff is just too much, you can clean up deadly items by spending ether, but we wouldn’t recommend it.
Ether is the only resource that follows you between runs, and you won’t come into it very often during your first few runs. Do not waste a fatal item on cleaning it. You are much better off spending your ether elsewhere, and as long as you are careful, you can get rid of a malfunction.
Save your ether
Speaking on ether, save it. You can spend the ether a few different ways, but there are two areas where you want to dump it the most: Cthonos and Reconstructor. Reconstructor is basically a response point. Instead of dying, you will be returned to the Reconstructor to continue your run (you still lose malfunctions and parasites). There is one Reconstructor per biome, and you can only use it once. If you are troubled by a particular biome, save your ether to buy a Respon.
After a few runs, you’ll unlock the Cthonos at the crash site, next to your ship. You can store ether to get an artifact or a consumable in it, both of which will help you on your run. If you have some ethers that are burning holes in your pocket, this is the best place to invest. You’ll sometimes earn items you’ve never seen before, allowing you to develop your databank.
Otherwise, you can spend ether to clean up deadly objects or in an obolite repository, which will give you obolites in exchange for ether. We still recommend saving it for Cthonos or Reconstruction, though.
Learn to stretch
The name of the game is in sterling Return. It tempts one to play the game like a normal third-person shooter, but standing too long is an easy path to an early death. The game does not have a cover system, and most of the objects you can hide behind are destructive. After achieving the target, ignore your right thumb for a while and focus your fire back and forth. Jump on some well timed and throw in a dash or two, and you’ll be the one The return Expert in no time.
Kill the golden enemies
When you enter a new area, you may see some golden enemies. They are large, and based on what you normally see Return, You want to keep your distance. However you do not need it. Golden enemies are basically goblin of loot. They look scary, but they will run away as soon as they see you and throw them on the ground. Load a boat of obolites as fast as possible to kill them.
Always play online
The return There is a single-player feel, but the game has mild asynchronous multiplayer. If you have turned on online, you can sometimes see another player dying. From there, one of two things will happen. Either you will be able to scrape the body for loot, or it will turn into a monster. If you have the option to scavenge, you can also avenge the dead player, which will give rise to an enemy. If you defeat the enemy, you will get a big reward.
Although you don’t need To play The return Online, it can help with some runs. And in a game it is difficult, you can get all the help.
What do you keep when you die?
When you die you lose most things Return, But some things persist between runs. The main resource that you keep is ethereal. As mentioned, ether is super rare and vitally important, so be sure to spend it wisely.
The world depends on how far you have taken it. Critical progressive items such as biome keys persist between runs, as do instruments such as atropian blades and hermetic transmitters. Although you do not move items and artifacts between runs, any consumables or artifacts you scan may appear as random drops in future runs.
As you do not keep, well, that is all. You will basically lose everything you own during a run, including keys, oblites, artifacts, consumables, and state changes. You also lose the efficiency of your weapon and any weapon you wield, so you have to start from scratch.