How to Use Fusion Arts in Xenoblade Chronicles 3

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Xenoblade Chronicles franchise continues to evolve with the release of its third installment called Xenoblade Chronicles 3. The new DLC inherits a lot of things from its predecessor, including one of the most useful Battle Arts called Fusion Arts. If you weren’t aware, Fusion Art combines Combat and Master Art, essential to conquer certain battles. With that said, here’s a detailed breakdown of the steps to use Fusion Arts in Xenoblade Chronicles 3.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3: How to Use Fusion Arts

Fusion Arts in Xenoblade Chronicles 3
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In order to use Fusion Arts in Xenoblade Chronicles 3, you need to hold ZR and press any of the face buttons during the battle. As long as your arts are assigned to the face buttons and their corresponding Master Arts on the D-pad, you’ll be able to perform a Fusion Art. X is connected with the d-pad up Master Art, whereas the Y button is connected to the D-pad right Master Art.

However, it’s worth noting that Fusion Arts require at least one Master Art and a Combat Art equipped in the slot. Master Arts can be unlocked after upgrading the class to its maximum level. Once you have both arts unlocked, navigate to the Arts menu and equip them.

Meanwhile, you’ll notice that only three slots are available for Master Arts and Combat Arts. As a result, you can utilize a maximum of three pairs of Fusion Arts at a time. For example, the Attack and Buff Art combined improves Physical and Ether damage to enemies.

Apart from the skill advantage, using fusion arts also raises your interlink level. Interlinking is a vital element of combat in Xenoblade Chronicles 3, which enhances the power to fight opponents.

That’s everything you need to know about equipping accessories in Xenoblade Chronicles 3. Before leaving, don’t forget to check out some of our other Xenoblade Chronicles 3-related content here at Twinfinite.

Tarun Sayal