In Final Fantasy 7 Remake, here are the best tools for each character.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake added a new fight system that is fast-paced and uses both hack-and-slash and the turn-based style of combat that is typical of the series. This new hybrid system made its debut in Final Fantasy 15, but Square Enix has smoothed out the rough spots and made the whole battle system better. Aside from being able to switch between real-time and turn-based play, the key to success is giving each character the right tools.
Each weapon has its own build that can be unlocked by spending skill points (SP), and each weapon’s abilities are unique to that weapon and not to the character. Attributes of weapons can improve magic or attack power, add health points, lower status effects, or make elemental damage go up. When choosing guns, there are a lot of things to think about. So, here are the best weapons for each character in Final Fantasy 7 Remake.
Best Weapon For Cloud – Hardedge
|Location||In Chapter 9, you can buy guns from a shop in Wall Market.|
Cloud is a good fighter who does a lot of harm. His only job in the party is to hurt people.With Hardedge, Cloud can become a powerful fighter who does a lot of harm.
It starts with only three materia slots, but since Cloud won’t be focusing on magic with this build, this isn’t a big deal.
Infinity’s End is Cloud’s best skill, but it takes two full ATB tanks to use it.
When this skill is used, Cloud does a huge attack from above that does a lot of damage and makes the enemy’s stagger gauge go up by a lot.
You can improve an enemy’s proficiency by hitting him while he’s down. This will let him use his other weapons.
Hardedge can have an attack power of 113 when it’s at its best, but it doesn’t offer any extra defence.
You can’t go wrong with Cloud’s trusty Buster Sword as a backup choice.
In the late Slope Game, when it has 75 attack and magic power and 11 physical and magic defence, it is very well matched. Cloud’s starting weapon, which is better than Hardedge, also gives him 600 more HP.
Best Weapon For Tifa – Feathered Gloves
|Location||Found in Chapter 10 in a purple box.|
Tifa fights by hand-to-hand, which means she has to get close to her opponents. So, the martial artist has to rely on her quick reactions like a cat and make quick blows.
Even though Tifa has a lot of good gloves to choose from, the Feathered Gloves stand out.
Starshower is the name of the power on these gloves. When used, Tifa hits her enemy with a lot of blows. Feathered Gloves can be pretty matched, but Tifa’s physical strength will be stronger than her magic.
If you want her to be even more powerful, you can give her Metal Knuckles. The most damage you can do with these awesome gloves is 134, which is a lot.
Best Weapon For Barret – Big Bertha
|Location||In Chapter 13, you can buy guns from the shop in Sector 7 Slums.|
With Barret’s gun arm, the head of the Avalanche can shoot at the enemy from far away.Big Bertha has the most powerful attack power of all of his weapons and a powerful skill called Maximum Fury.
By using up all of the ATB, Barret lets out a lot of shots.
Big Bertha’s attack power will go up to 73 if you continue to max it out, and its magic damage will stay about the same. Barret has a huge edge because he can cause trouble from any distance.
Best Weapon For Aerith – Mythril Rod
|Ability||Ray of Judgement|
|Location||Found in the graveyard of trains.|
Aerith’s magic stats are through the roof, which makes her good for both healing and dealing damage with the elements.
It cannot be overstated that she is not just the “white mage” of the group in the art. If used right, she can do a lot of harm. The Mythril Rod really helps to boost her magical weapons and boosts her MP, so she can cast more spells than anyone else.
Even though Aerith is good at fixing magic, her Ray of Judgement makes people hurt. At the loss of two full ATB metres, Aerith fires a blast of energy that hits her enemy more than once.
Ray of Judgement is a strong spell that also makes their stagger gauge go up.
Best Weapon For Yuffie – 4-Point Shuriken
|Location||The starting tool for Yuffie.|
Because INTERmission is much smaller than its main version, Yuffie only has three weapon options: the 4-Point Shuriken, the Boomerang, and the Steel Reaper.
Steel Reaper has the most greatest attack power (71), but if you use it instead of the 4-Point Shuriken, Yuffie’s health goes down by 250.
The Steel Reaper’s attack rate is higher, but it’s only by seven points.The trade-off of giving up seven points for an extra 250 HP is more than fair.
Best Weapon For Sonon – Indurate Staff
|Location||Found in the train cemetery in Sector 7.|
In the main game, you can switch between characters. But in INTERmission, you can only play as Yuffie. But in Final Fantasy 7 Remake, you can still choose Sonon’s skills and tell him what to do, just like you can with the rest of the party.
To make Sonon as useful as possible, give him the Indurate Staff. This weapon has a high attack power and an ability that lets it deal a lot of damage to a single enemy.