Easiest way to get through Pro - All campaigns
Button mashing isn't hard for me. Some Mario Party game gives you 10 seconds to mash a button and I pulled off 124 pushes...
Also, I have a few of the mentioned skill combos and switch back and forth, like when covering Finn for the railcar I switched to Infinited GL, Firearm 3, and Defense 3. Then when I know a QTE is coming up I switch my skills to one with Breakout.
Surprised no one mentioned making more than one set and swapping back and forth. But I didn't have some of the skills mentioned so I've done so.
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I've finished Chapter one of the first 3 campaigns and all of Ada's and so far have not had a single problem without breakout...
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zenandi posted...brunbbmerc posted...they arent hard
Just gonna say it as well, it's very possible to press it fast enough. Both me and a friend have done it with ease, you just gotta start pressing it as soon as possible. If you get behind, then you're screwed.
Brother Ein posted...
_Rinku_ posted...zenandi posted...brunbbmerc posted...they arent hard
Some people can do it, some can't. Breakout makes it easier. Just throw it on a skill set and equip it when you know difficult QTEs come up (and the Simmons ones were the only ones that gave me difficulty on Professional.)
I would like to recommend the following setup:
Use the pipe bomb arrows for this setup.
Any character that carries these weapons:
defense LV 3
Infinite grenade launcher
Grenade Launcher Master
using these skill sets may put you to sleep while playing....
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Start hitting a before the on-screen message appears. I only failed when I started after the message appeared.
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Defense x 3
Firepower x 3
Any character except Piers, I honestly do not see how you can die unless cutscenes related!
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Field Medic was a godsend to me in single player Pro. Unfortunately Ada doesn't have that luxury.
The first infinite ammo I bought was Infinite Shotgun since it's a good weapon that everybody gets. Infinite Assault Rifle is good as a second choice, though Piers doesn't get an AR, I believe. For my Pro runs, which were only my second time through the game so consequently they were low-skilled runs, the sets I ran were Defense, Field Medic, and Infinite Shotgun or AR. For Ada I swapped out Field Medic to have both Shotgun and AR.