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How To Unlock (& Use) Master Arts in Xenoblade Chronicles 3

Knowing how to unlock and use Master Arts in Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is a crucial part of the game that will allow players to make the most of every character’s abilities. Master Arts are the special abilities each character has access to in Xenoblade Chronicles 3, and they’ll continue to have access to these abilities even after switching classes. Before players can use and unlock new Master Arts for each character, they’ll have to progress through the story for a short time.

Players will unlock the ability to use Master Arts in Xenoblade Chronicles 3 before long, specifically after the Hillside Hulk mission is finished in Chapter 2. This mission begins once the party is assembled and concludes with a cutscene showing how each character can swap to another’s class. Once the cutscene is over, the party unlocks the ability to equip and use different Master Arts. Additionally, new Master Arts are unlocked by leveling up the party, so players should learn how to earn XP fast in Xenoblade Chronicles 3.

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There are several ways to earn experience points throughout Xenoblade Chronicles 3. Exploring the map and completing quests are among the straightforward methods to earn XP, and Rest Spots allow players to use their bonus XP earned through a previous battle. Rest Spots also provide a chance to cook for the entire and apply for some benefits via meals. The fastest way to level up in Xenoblade Chronicles 3 and unlock more Master Arts is by fighting the Elite and Unique monsters. Every victory against these monster types will reward a large amount of XP, and Unique monsters drop a statue at the end of the battle. Players can then rechallenge the Unique monsters again by interacting with the statue and earn additional XP for every victory.

Completing battles will also reward players with class points, allowing players to raise the mastery level of a character’s equipped class. Master Arts will unlock for a given character as the mastery of their class increases. Although there are three Master Art slots, the second and third slots are locked until a character reaches levels 20 and 40.

Characters in Xenoblade Chronicles 3 can use a Master Art from one class to another to create custom builds. In-game, Master Arts are selected via the D-pad and assigned through the menu found in the lower left portion of the screen during battles. Lastly, Master Arts activate with the original class’s weapon and weapon stats for the attack.

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Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is available on Nintendo Switch.

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