After spending some time in new LA’s Administrative District, you’ll come to know that you are not alone in the town. After finishing the chapter 3, you can harness BLADE’s institutional might in a very exciting way with the help of other players.
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In this game, you can experience the online multiplayer or can go solo. Luckily, it’s easy to switch between going solo and playing with strangers or friends.
Squads List and Details:
After unlocking the online multiplayer function, you can choose squads to start a session. Whenever you get tired of story missions, just quit the game and select a different squad when you restart. Here you have three options.
If you want to keep to yourself for a session then your choice should be a Lifehold Squad. There will be other online option available to you, but you won’t be pre-sorted into a lobby with other players looking for co-op partners.
If you want to complete squad tasks and missions with other players, then conquest squads is the right choice for you. You’ll get into a lobby with 32 other random players.
Choosing Friend squad option will help you to join whatever squad they are in. if you have in game friends and you want to play with them then choose this option.
BLADE Reports are used to communicate with your lobby. You can report findings and coordinate squad tasks. While composing a report, you can set a topic and even flag it with a spoiler alert. Messages pop up on your screen frequently, but ones with the spoiler marker require you to press an extra button to reveal.
Being a BLADE is not an easy task, you need to work all the time. On the bottom right of your screen, you can see a running tally of global objectives that need seeing to. If you complete a squad task, you’ll unlock co-op squad missions in the BLADE Barracks. These tasks reward you tickets, which can be used to buy materials from the network console and BLADE medals which you need to participate in squad missions.
After completing squad tasks, go to network console in the BLADE barracks to check which squad missions are unlocked. Missions are special stories that can take on with up to four players that net money, experience, reward tickets, and battle points. If you want to make high end gear than you will have to complete this squad missions. When your party is read then go to big door near the network console and mission starts. There are some restrictions for these missions like limited time, including a minimum level, maximum number of participants and limited number of retries. Meanwhile, a squad mission’s sync level is the upper limit for participation, but if you’re too high, you’ll be brought down to match it for the duration.
When you complete tasks and missions with your party, your progress contributes to the Conquest Progress meter you see when you start the game. Once this meter is full, a powerful boss which is called Global Nemesis appear in the world. You can claim precious rewards by defeating him. If you kill more times then you will earn more precious rewards.
From the network console, there are two mission types available. In time attack missions you can check your skills against any other bosses that you have already encountered in the game. You can beat them and break the records set by other players. Support missions will unlock after finishing the game. These missions are specific sorties that give big rewards. If you have no money, then you can do these missions to earn some handsome amount.
As a part of a squad, you can share your loot with players in your lobby. To share, simply select the treasure deal option when you’re looting an enemy. You can send direct to player or can put it up so whole squad can bid on it.
After completing the chapter 3 and online activation, you will see some new faces near BLADE barracks and Administrative District. They are other players’ avatars, eager to enlist and serve you on your adventure. Doing so gives you access to some solid perks. When you start adventure with scouted BLADES, a bar gradually fills as you gather experience. When the bar fills, you can collect some rewards like division points, reward tickets and resources. Scouting process is quite simple. If you see one, just walk to them and ask for their services.
Sometimes scout encounters happens at oddest places like far-flung base camps too deep within hostile territory. BLADES recruited in the fields accompany you for 30 minutes and you can get access to whatever division buffs the given avatar benefits from due to their allegiance.
Scouting a recruit via BLADE scout console lets you get down to brass tacks. You can specify level ranges, classes, and weapon types, and you’ll get back a list of matching BLADE operatives. It will take more cost to hire them if there is a big level difference between you and them.
Via console, you can put your character to help your fellow BLADES. In this way, you can register them in their current state. It means they’ll go to the field with whatever gear, arts and skills you had set at the registration time. Service rewards are experience, collectable and resources. There is no real reason to do it and you can register your character at any time.
You can have some powerful buffs from other members while playing in a squad but they will have to be in same zone. This is division support in action. The same way that the division you belong to grants you a buff, so too do other players’ divisions, and if you’re in their vicinity, you reap the benefits.
- Buff: HP Support
- Effect: Recovers HP over time
- Buff: Ranged Master
- Effect: Increases the damage dealt by ranged weapons
- Buff: Melee Master
- Effect: Increases the damage dealt by melee weapons.
- Buff: Drop Sensor
- Effect: Increases the chance of obtaining items from enemies.
- Buff: Critical Master
- Effect: Increases the chance of landing a critical hit.
- Buff: Defense Support
- Effect: Decreases the amount of damage you take.
- Buff: R&D Support
- Effect: Increases the number of R&D points you obtain.
- Buff: TP Support
- Effect: Allows you to accumulate TP even when attacking.
You can get a special reward from your division in form of consumable items. If you want to see how your gang is doing, check out the divisogram in the BLADE Scout Console. Here is a full list of possible division rewards.
- Effect: Restores HP to maximum. Affects all party members but not Skells.
- Effect: Restores Skell Frame HP to maximum. Affects all party Skells in operation.
- Effect: Raises TP by 1,000. Affects all party members.
- Effect: Raises TP by 3,000. Affects all party members.
- Effect: Restores 3,000 fuel. Affects all party Skells in operation.
- Effect: Can be sold for a whopping 10,000 credits via the Inventory.
- Effect: Can be sold for a whopping 30,000 credits via the Inventory.
- Effect: Salvages a single Skell after its insurance has expired. Use it at the Skell Garage.